This glass and marble mosaic anchors 38 feet in our Terminal 1 hold room. The work depicts a colorful panoramic beach scene. Its stylized presentation makes one imagine their toes comfortably nestled in the warm San Diego sand.
Tracy Sabin designed the artwork for this project and been designing since 1973. He has illustrated over 500 logos check out his website. His skills include animation, package design, paper engineering, font design and large scale imagery for public spaces. He has illustrated books for children, including the New York Times bestseller “Castle.” His work has been featured in Graphis, Print Magazine, Communication Arts, the Society of Illustrators, and in books and articles about contemporary graphic design and illustration
The San Diego Port Authority commissioned the artist to create an image, filling an entire wall with imagery that features San Diego’s beaches. We worked closely with the architect, construction crew and airport officials, overseeing the design, construction and installation of the mosaic mural. This was a Public Art project with a Budget.
The space is a waiting area for passengers departing and arriving at the San Diego airport. The primary objective was to create a calming image that highlights San Diego’s greatest asset – it’s beautiful beaches. For a FULL SIZE IMAGE CLICK HERE