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October 24, 1991 | BETH ANN KRIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Until the opening of the umbrellas--Christo's antidote to White Line Fever--artist Jill Thayer Barton was best known for designing the cover of the local Yellow Pages. That and a "Save the Fox Theatre" poster she created for a Bakersfield movie house were her biggest claims to art world fame. But now, her signature, not Christo's, is appearing on 1.2 million Pepsi cans, right next to her rendering of the environmental artist's celebrated umbrellas.
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October 24, 1991 | BETH ANN KRIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Until the opening of the umbrellas--Christo's antidote to White Line Fever--artist Jill Thayer Barton was best known for designing the cover of the local Yellow Pages. That and a "Save the Fox Theatre" poster she created for a Bakersfield movie house were her biggest claims to art world fame. But now, her signature, not Christo's, is appearing on 1.2 million Pepsi cans, right next to her rendering of the environmental artist's celebrated umbrellas.
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