Recently Tomorrow was asked to join up with good friends Space 1026 and create an exhibit at the gallery Hamburger Eyes, a photography based gallery and darkroom in San Francisco. Tomorrow's major contribution (beside some prints for the wall) was a 4 foot tall geodesic dome made of translucent plastic and containing images in the joints where triangles from the dome met. Images, being housed in "viewfinders" that require light to be seen, like slides, we decided that the best way to make it work was to illuminate it form the inside, thus making the dome a warm and approachable "centerpiece".

People where stoked.

You can see more images for the opening at our flickr site here, and feel free to stop by and check it out if you are in San Fran this month. Its up till November 8th.