Local artists in Mountain View transformed our self-driving prototype vehicles into works of art through the Paint the Town art experiment. Here’s a preview of some of the cars in our garage.
Danielle Dufayet (San Jose, CA) uses birds to symbolize the connection between different members of the community.
Elise Politzer (Milpitas, CA) paid tribute to the wildlife preserves surrounding the bay.
Hojin Lee (San Mateo, CA) was inspired by the sunsets he sees everyday on the way home from work.
Hong Li (Mountain View, CA) depicted children having fun on the monkey bars in a local park.
Inmaculada del Castillo Ditzel (Los Altos Hills, CA) focused on the beautiful poppies she sees in the summertime.
James Miles (San Francisco, CA) drew a miniature scene that depicts everyday life in the Bay Area.
Jason Farwell (Mountain View, CA) turned his attention to the green spaces in the community where people meet and interact.
Kate Thompson (San Francisco, CA) emphasized the unique individual characteristics of different people in the community.
Kerrie Brandau (San Jose, CA) painted the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, an iconic sight for anyone who’s grown up in the Bay Area.
Shalan Ertis (Sunnyvale, CA) drew attention to the different layers of a community, including the city itself, neighborhoods, and individuals.