"The Bay Bridge acts as an immense connection. It transports so many artists, like those in video games to the city, and many more artists out of the city to studios such as Pixar. To have the bridge's lights turned into an art piece itself, by Leo Villareal, joins everything together. We all traverse to and from one area and, wonderfully, it's by art." - Kim Herbst
Kim Herbst is a freelance illustrator located in San Francisco, CA, on a fairly steep hill. She spent time living in Taipei, Tokyo, New Jersey, Baltimore, and Brooklyn. She attended the Maryland Institute College of Art and graduated with a BFA in Illustration.
She loves trying Hot 'n Sour soup at Chinese restaurants, she works on various mobile games, and shares a studio with her husband and a cat named Pixel, even though she's allergic to cats.
Kim's work has been featured in magazines, newspapers, album covers, gallery shows, and children's educational books.
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