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Artwork submissions

This program is designed to promote local artists through SF Station marketing materials. Marketing materials include, but are not limited to SF Station's weekly entertainment guide and flyers/postcards. SF Station's weekly entertainment guide goes out to tens of thousands of subscribers.

We will also print 10k - 40k flyers/postcards that are distributed throughout the city over a three month period. Our street team will hand out flyers at targeted art/entertainment events, and drops at retail stores, galleries, museums, universities, etc.

We provide photo credit on all marketing materials (with your name and website URL), as well as on the website. SF Station will cover all printing and distribution costs. We are excited to take part in exposing talented, local artists throughout the bay area and beyond.

Please submit your design as a gif, jpg, psd, eps, or pdf file. It can be in any size, but please be aware that if we use it, we will crop it to fit our promotional material. We recommend the artwork be print ready (at least 300 dpi).

In order to submit your artwork, please contact us and we will give further instructions.

  • San Francisco General (SF Landmark or representing the spirit of San Francisco)
  • San Francisco Clubs Scene
  • San Francisco Music Scene
  • San Francisco Film Scene
  • San Francisco Restaurant Scene
  • San Francisco Shopping Scene

The artwork you submit MUST be your own! You must have all the rights to it. We will ask you to sign a release form before we run your artwork.

An artist page will be created. It will include your bio and contact information. We will credit your artwork on all promotional materials as well as on the website. Please note that we will often have our logo over the artwork in a very tasteful manner. Please note that submissions do not guarantee use.

Thank you for your time and consideration!

~ SF Station team

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