Pinball artist Wade Krause was in the Bay Area last weekend to meet with customers and do some research at the Pacific Pinball warehouse. Wade was kind enough to let me, PBDG Director Don Starnes, and Cinematographer Charlie Kuttner tag along.
While Wade worked at the PPM warehouse and we filmed him, I snuck in some photos of games.
In addition to the wonderful games waiting their turn to be exhibited at the museum or PPE, I’m always fascinated by the machines under repair and the store of components and parts.
I was happy to visit a Pinbot we used in Pinball Donut Girl.
Wade and Charlie and I also made a quick trip to the De Young Museum and hit the Gaultier exhibit.
Even if you aren’t into fashion, the projection technology of the exhibition itself and the over the top construction and materials of the garments never get old. I think this was my fourth visit. It runs through August 19, 2012 and is totally worth a trip.
While you are in Golden Gate park, you can go across the way and also visit the Academy of Sciences — that museum has been redone in the last few years and is amazing too.
Great job! I will come back soon to see your previous posts!