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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

National Play Doh Day: San Francisco Landmarks

Posted By on Tue, Sep 16, 2014 at 7:25 AM

It may have been awhile since you popped open a cylinder tube of Play Doh and rolled it into various shapes and pretended to eat it (okay, maybe you took a bite). It had definitely been awhile since anyone in the SF Weekly office had constructed a Play Doh masterpiece, so after we discovered that today is National Play Doh Day we decided to buy a few cans and roll out some San Francisco landmarks.

Behold our artistic endevours:

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Why yes that is the Fisherman's Wharf sign.

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Pretty much Laffing Sal's doppelgänger.


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We didn't establish size parameters before starting, so here's our teeny-tiny Coit Tower, Transamerica Building, and Golden Gate Bridge. (Fun fact: The vertical column-like structures on each side of the Transamerica Building are the elevator shafts.)

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And while it's apparent we're not trained in the art of sculpture, we've saved our particularly sad one for last: Alcatraz from above.

Happy Play Doh day!



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