August 22, 2014
Job 5990. These guys go good work.
Photo on the sidewalk, portraying construction. These guys do good work,
Looks like a map of a European country. Actually it’s a place on the floor of a garage where some solvent ate the paint.
Sad but true. This town, anymore.
August 18, 2014
Good ol’ Enor, scary as ever.
From a construction site in the Oakland hills.
August 12, 2014
Every year, East Palo Alto has a Night Out event, to have the people meet the police.
Free hamburgers and hot dogs are provided, also watermelon. And they have a bouncy house.
They have the same event in Menlo Park, with a dunk tank. A splendid time was had by all.
August 6, 2014
Another in our abandoned footwear series. Check back often for more. This one had a happy ending: when we walked by a couple of hours later, the shoes were gone. I’m sure they found a happy home.
Oakland, huh? Is that near San Jose?
I told my girlfriend I was going to write a manifesto. Oh yeah, she said, that always seems to work out well for people.
July 30, 2014
He’s everywhere, this mollusk.
July 23, 2014
Pobrecito used to be the most prolific graffiti artist in the Tenderloin, likely in the whole of SF. He’s faded away, perhaps he’s too busy with law school, or a new baby. The new champion is this artist, who makes something that looks like a mollusk, ore maybe a squid.
His work is everywhere, mostly written on metal using china markers.
Here’s and exception.
And another. This is clearly a person on a mission.
July 15, 2014
Really beautiful, brilliant design.
Royal Enfield motorcycle.
These were originally made in the UK, then production was moved to India.
July 11, 2014
You see this fellow’s goofy face all over.
July 7, 2014
There are always new stickers to be seen in the Tenderloin. Like an eternal fount of visual creativity.