PBTC is proud to announce the winner of our “Community in Quarantine” art and “quaran-tee” contest: Neighbor Charlie Nieto, creator of the HAZMAT surfer! Charlie is a Mission Bay High School graduate starting his first year at SDSU.
“Thank you so much for this wonderful opportunity,” says Charlie. “I’m so stoked to see my art on t-shirts that will help improve our PB!”
The contest’s runner-up was so good we had to make a second shirt. Neighbor Victor Garcia submitted “QuaranTimes,” a newspaper that features distinct scenes of PB under quarantine. It stole our hearts.
“I am very happy for this opportunity to contribute my art to the community” says Victor. “You can count on me.”
If you ordered a shirt, thank you very much. This funding will be essential as we address neighborhood needs during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. If you haven’t received your shirt yet, please be patient for a few more days, as BonFire.com needs some time to process and ship.
Artists Charlie Nieto and Victor Garcia.
Special shout-out to all the artists who participated! We received truly heart-felt and remarkable entries. Look for their designs on Facebook and Instagram:
Phoebe Puerner @phoobones
Jane Ricouard (San Diego French American School)
Brianna Phares Jackson
Mary Lou Benzel
Amira Azoulay (Pacific Beach Middle)