"Creating this ticket is more or less equivalent to printing money, since each one is valued over $200," notes San Francisco-based graphic designer Arin Fishkin, who created this year's Burning Man ticket. "Security features include embossing and two separate foil stamps, including one holographic. The ticket is also meant to be a tiny piece of art that builds enthusiasm and communicates the theme of the event (this year its Metropolis)."

Claiming that this was "more demanding per square inch than anything I've ever worked on," Fishkin has also worked with other local, very SF-y businesses like Bi-Rite, Bi-Rite Creamery, and the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, just to name a few.