If you are heading out for parts unknown, a mini-trip through time will launch you at the San Francisco airport. SFO is exhibiting the collection of Warren Dotz: mini-monuments to our culture and consumer values as expressed in advertising icons of days past. Figurines and objects of desire: telephone, camera, or piggybank, all linked us to the brand and identity of the best and brightest of the moment. The ever-present cheerful smile and warm puppy friendliness of the era, definitely bygone, have for the most part been replaced by the power of sex, youth, and indeed power itself in current advertising. This exhibition reveals a different hold on the public in appealing to a cuddlier imagination of identity.