San Francisco: Postcard Row By Shelby Rodeffer, Joel Anderson, 2011
- San Francisco: Postcard Row
Also sometimes called the “Painted Ladies,” Postcard Row is a series of Victorian and Edwardian architecture-style homes in San Francisco. Built in the late-1800s, this row of always freshly-painted homes resides at 710–720 Steiner Street, near downtown San Francisco. This row of homes has appeared in over 70 movies, TV programs, and ads. Inspired by the homes and the attention to detail that went into their construction, Anderson Design Group handcrafted a vintage travel poster of the homes, detailing the artwork in the classical styles of early-20th century, WPA-commissioned artwork. To learn more about Postcard Row and some of the other aesthetic architecture of San Francisco, check out the San Francisco Visitor Information Center.