Salesforce Gondola Wrap by BarkerBlue


 In case you missed it, Curbed San Francisco did a great job reminding us of another fun Salesforce development coming soon to San Francisco.  "One of the lesser-known but more delightful design elements of Salesforce Park/Salesforce Transit Center—the $2.4 billion project sprouting up in SoMa—is the gondola. No, not the flat-bottomed boat found in Venetian canals; the other one. The elevated park’s gondola lift will whisk people up two stories from the corner of Mission and Fremont to the 5.4-acre rooftop." (, 4/24/18)

As noted by Curbed San Francisco, "According to Gondola Project, “The single cabin ropeway is designed to not only facilitate access to the two public spaces, but to also act as an ‘architectural link’ which attracts the attention of users passing-by at the pedestrian level."  Originally slated to open in Spring of this year, Salesforce Park is now scheduled to open by mid-June. Possibly even later. While the gondola won’t be the only way to access the elevated will be the most whimsical way to access the upcoming eateries, playgrounds, amphitheater, and park."

BarkerBlue contributed to the Salesforce Gondola Project by creating the graphics wrap that brands and decorates the gondola.  See the brief video above for our graphics wrap of the gondola.  BarkerBlue specializes in Environmental Graphics, and can help with graphics design, creation and installation for all types of projects.  See more of our work here, and more on transit and vehicle wraps here. 


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