Street art, including a painting of Che Guevera from the Soma district in San Francisco.
The mural near to 19th and Valencia in the Mission District of San Francisco by Juana Alicia, Susan Cervantes and Raul Martinez.
SFist posted a piece the other day suggesting that we need to move on from the pains that ails us regarding San Francisco’s massive sea of change in culture and real estate greed. Like a relationship that didn’t work out, we need to stop bemoaning our vanishing city and just get over it.
Album cover repurposed art in San Francisco randomly placed on a fence.
La Llorona (The Weeping Woman) This is by far one of my favorite murals in San Francisco.
Always a Mission Girl. Mural at the corner of 24th and Harrison in San Francisco.
Following how the street art has evolved over the years at 24th and Treat in the Mission district in San Francisco.
Some of these are still there and some of them aren’t as Clarion Alley is always changing. You’ll have to go and see for yourself. Located in the Mission District and close to the 16th St. Bart station and next to Community Thrift (Shop) it is an important hub for street art and the voiceContinue reading “Clarion Alley Street Art San Francisco”
This is the mural that is at Washburn and Mission St, San Francisco, CA.
This is a large evolving mural, on the corner of Capp St. and 23rd. This is one scene of many. *Photographed in 2012* and one of my favorite Mission district street art pieces. A Mexican girl selling Calla Lilies like in Diego Rivera paintings with Aztec symbols. Click on photos for more detail.