June 20th, 2010

Temporary Support for World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR), San Francisco (SF).

Some of these flyers and artwork are now on sfbikeride.org. Click on the thumbnail to view/download the full resolution file. File format/suffix and download size (in binary kilobytes, i.e. 1K = 1024 bytes) are shown below each thumbnail.

Seal/logo without date by zaun. The seal/logo is provided in both bitmap and vector formats for maximum flexibility. The Windows Metafile (WMF) format can in imported into Microsoft Office documents as pictures and scaled without degradarion. Note: WMF simulates color gradients with color bands. You can reduce and use on web pages or combine with your own artwork. Bitmap images (PNG, JPG) are 1480 x 1480 pixels.

PNG 597K

2X PNG 1,379K

JPG 276K

JPG 268K

AI 1,402K

WMF 853K

PNG 452K

JPG 278K

JPG 269K

WMF 599K

Nudity and California Law. This flyer covers the current laws regarding nudity around San Francisco and California. This flyer may be of assistance if you are held bent on challenging the authorities regarding your right to go naked in public, which is not generally recommended. Fold and carry with you in case you get stopped by the authorities while going naked in public around San Francisco. Keep in mind that other communities like Berkeley, San Jose, Mountian View and Santa Cruz County have additional regulations regarding nudity that are not covered by this flyer. The actual text of the the codes (sans penalites) with references are provided. For the state codes, the official jury instructions with references are also provided. In additional, the official text of court decisions regarding prior cases are also provided with references. It contains no legal advice as that would be a violation of the law. The content was not reviewed by a lawyer. I make no claims regarding its completeness or accuracy. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

PDF 66K

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nudity_laws.pdf: Print doubled sided on 8.5" by 11" letter paper. Then 3-fold at the fold marks. To print without scaling, your printer must be able to print with 1/4" margins or less all around. If your printer requires more margin, use the size-to-fit option available on most print dialogs.