San Francisco Centennial Celebration: 100 Years of SF Music commences at the Civic Center Plaza, and Artist Tasi has her art work featured as in a led costume collaboration between herself and Mercy Christine Daae. Mercy says,
“Working almost around the clock on what I believe is the most gorgeous costume I have ever made. Thrilled to have Artist Tasi on deck to make my headdress vision a reality. Hope to see you at the unveiling. Visit the photo-op stage. Exclusively for Jessica Lotz and Anon Events”
Artist Tasi has created a headdress modeled after San Francisco City Hall. On the night of the celebration, tourists wait in a line for a turn to pose and take pictures with our model in front of the actual city hall and geometric artwork also designed for this momentous event. The headdress and matching led light up lace dress have gone on to be featured as a featured piece in the San Francisco Pride Parade.
Mercy Daae posts in her Instagram-
“Why yes, this #headdress DOES shift from primary colors to sherbet shades, just like the actual #sfcityhall building displayed at #sfcityhall100 #centennial celebration. We would be honored if this were to adorn the head of someone who epitomizes #sfpride for #pride #parade this weekend! Message me or @sissystmaarten if this is you heart emoticon #onelove #bayareapride #LED #sanfrancisco #drag #costume #represent #allthelove #eden #prideparade”