SF Children’s Book Artist Turns Windows into Cartoons Every Day
Thank you SF Gate for sharing the story about a Cow Hollow children’s book illustrator that turns his windows into storybook scenes.
Rob Sayegh Jr, is a former toy designer turned author/illustrator specializing in children’s books. He loves making artwork & stories for kids both big & small.
Rob is still relatively new to SF, who just moved from New York just last year. He enjoys exploring the city, but when the pandemic hits the city he wanted to think of ways to connect with his new home. So he and his partner started drawing on windows while quarantined.
They create new adorable images every day for their window to surprise the neighborhood while in quarantine in San Francisco. He’s been doing new stories for #drawthecurtains for 45 days and counting.
View Instagram to see more of his artistic window near the corner of Laguna and Union in Cow Hollow.
View his YouTube Channel where he shares his knowledge of digital painting techniques and children’s books with others who aspire to tell stories of their own.
— SFGate (@SFGate) May 23, 2020