Eva Hagberg Fisher
Writer, “Making Peace” (p. 52)
What feature of this house did you like the
most? I loved the little oculus — it’s such a
funny clever architectural nod to the idea
that we always want to look both outside and
inside and pay attention to what everyone
else is doing.
What current design trend do you wish would
die off? Design trends.
Where has your work appeared before? The
New York Times, Wallpaper*, Metropolis, Tin
House, The San Francisco Chronicle, Portland
Monthly, T: The New York Times Style Magazine.
Also, as of very recently, in the pages of my
debut memoir How to Be Loved.
Illustrator, “High Times” (p. 48)
What did you enjoy the most about this
assignment? Researching the car and loca-
tions of the ’70s, since my family has always
been into classic cars.
What’s the most challenging part of your job?
Trying to find a visual solution that captures
the essence of the article, that solves the art
director’s problem (in this case, a blank page
and no image of the Waldos in the ’70s) and
is a piece of art arresting enough to get the
reader interested beyond the article title.
Where has your work appeared before?
The Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated
and Rolling Stone.
Writer, “High Times” (p. 48)
What did you enjoy most about this assignment? Reminiscing with Waldo Steve and
Waldo Dave about all of the amazing hidden
places we’ve each found in Marin over the years
was a blast. I love that the tradition of driving
around Marin and discovering cool sites has
been a part of the local zeitgeist for so long.
Why were they called the Waldos? The Waldos
based their name on their fondness for leaning
against one particular wall at San Rafael High
School where they’d often meet bet ween classes.
Where has your work appeared before? My
work has appeared locally in The San Francisco
Chronicle, on KQED and in SF Weekly.
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