Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .
 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .
 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .
 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .
 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .
 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .
 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .
 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .
 Collaborative work with  David Buckley Borden  and  Ryan Habbyshaw  for the Wild West exhibit at  Bodega , Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about  the other talents involved here , and  an interview with DBB here .

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

Collaborative work with David Buckley Borden and Ryan Habbyshaw for the Wild West exhibit at Bodega, Summer 2014. Shield map takes primary and tertiary ESRI highway data and nests it within the iconography of road signs and the US Forest Service emblem. Infrastructure and road construction play major roles in the displacement of ecological systems; using salvaged pine and an inverted map we attempt to call attention to these historical conflicts. Learn more about the other talents involved here, and an interview with DBB here.

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