SF Illustrator Turns Windows Of His Home Into Art

By on May 24, 2020
A new scene everyday @robsayart windows in Cow Hollow, San Francisco

First, take a look at the drawings that children’s book illustrator Rob Sayegh displayed in the windows of his home in San Francisco’s Cow Hollow neighborhood here at SFGate.

Or…take a look below!

A new scene everyday @robsayart windows in Cow Hollow, San Francisco

Rob allowed us to post some of his work right here at 997now.com. He has a lot more pics on his Instagram here. He tells SFGate that each day was feeling like the movie “Groundhog Day” and he was missing the element of surprise in daily life. The artist continued to draw everyday so his partner suggested he display some of his work in the front window of their home. To the surprise and delight of his neighbors, he shares new drawings everyday and no doubt residents are walking by Rob’s house to see his latest.

Teddy bears in windows and original artwork bring smiles to passersby on their daily walks during SIP. (Photo by Kai Schwoerer/Getty Images)

Since shelter in place began in March, it’s been so nice to see neighbors sharing a bit of joy with the simple gesture of placing stuffed animals or signs with kind words in their windows for children and families to see on their daily walks. Rob Sayegh’s pictures of animals and kids in happy scenes brings a bit of sweetness to this otherwise difficult time and puts smiles on faces that may find that harder to do right now. Bravo, Rob!


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