In the Mission: 2 Trucks and 2 Stencils

February 25, 2015

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First sighting of Islamic, or maybe mock-Islamic, graffiti in SF.

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Respect to the Recyclers

February 18, 2015

P1240850You see a lot of recyclers around the city. Their trucks are a canvas for graffiti artists.

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These guys are amazingly hardworking. They provide an important service. I don’t understand the economics of it- how do they keep up a truck, pay insurance, registration, etc.?

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Raise your glass to the hardworking people.

Graffiti Depictions of Human Faces

February 14, 2015

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Happy vents.

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Rare case of a graffiti artist signing his real name?

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Stickers and the Usual Suspects

February 9, 2015

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I usually don’t feature stickers that promote something, but here’s an exception. Ivory Weeds is a musician, or group, that you can google and listen to. Not bad.

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pez heart

Good ol’ Pez, AKA Pezo.

Zamar on buzzard

Here, Zamar the squid wrote over a stencil of a buzzard. He’s a cheeky one, that Zamar.

Things I Saw

January 30, 2015

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Zamar the Squid just does not quit.

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Collaboration.

More Stickers

January 27, 2015

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This gift, you don’t want.

Various Stickers

January 26, 2015

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SAM_4108There’s that mollusk again.

SAM_4118So brilliant. Notice the sequence of numbers, which have meaning to someone. Forgive me for forgetting the name of this artist.

 

Mission Sightings

January 15, 2015

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Sidewalk sale of religious items.

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P1240518The Armory, now a porn production site. The bricks that stick out are called clinker bricks.

P1240509Mollusk continues his rampage.

Art At Your Feet and On a Cliff

January 13, 2015

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P1240666Butts on a cliff. By the Cliff House.

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A Sign, A Sweet Ride, and a Big Ol’ Hole in the Ground

November 20, 2014

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P1240496This whole block used to be the Cathedral Hill Hotel, before that the Jack Tar Hotel. Now it’s going to be a huge hospital.

photo 2They’re pouring concrete, so this is as deep as they are going to go. Plenty of parking for everyone.

 


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