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Everyday Art

Everyday Art

Everyday art surrounds us. The Mission District provides an outdoor art gallery for everyone. These pieces take a unique look to the city, the earth, and the people that surround us.

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Timeless Street Art

Timeless Street Art

What can I say? These pieces look like they have stood the test of time, but still amaze the audience! The crisp lines and classic style of these letters pack a strong punch. Some masterful graffiti on view around the corner from Clarion Alley off…

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Clarion Alley Inspirational Art

Clarion Alley Inspirational Art

A few notable artworks caught my eye in the Mission District recently. Somehow related, although completely different in style, each artist here brings a crisp and clear vision and expresses it fantastically. All three of these murals made me look twice! This first mural reminds…

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It’s A Kingdom of Murals Out There

It’s A Kingdom of Murals Out There

Walking through one of my favorite spots for spying street art, Clarion Alley, I found this majestic mural of the forest and the king of the jungle. With the city skyline in the background, one wonders where this jungle might be found.

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Fantasy Murals on Haight Street

Fantasy Murals on Haight Street

Another set of fantasy themed murals on a wall off of Haight Street caught my eye last weekend as I strolled through this quirky shopping district. Perhaps they represent a spider king and his queen? I would like to know what mythological kingdoms these figures…

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Street Art Blooms in San Francisco

Street Art Blooms in San Francisco

Popping up everywhere, like spring flowers in bloom after the rain, is a wealth of street art on Haight Street in San Francisco. What was a couple of posters a few weeks ago, has evolved into a street art free-for-all. I captured these images below…

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Cole Street Mural

Cole Street Mural

This mural on Cole Street blends seamlessly with the array of tattoo shops, psychedelic poster art, and tie-dye motifs that decorate the Haight. The colors drip in a plyable bubble gum fashion, and the subject reminds me of a warlock and wizards fantasy novel. A…

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Hanging Up the Laundry

Hanging Up the Laundry

Mixing street art and household chores? This mural on Caledonia Street does both! Dresses hang on the line with appliances and even a piano. Wild West saloon-style keyboards and a dress form decorate this narrow street.

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Posters Adorn the Streets

Posters Adorn the Streets

Posters and stencils alike can be found adorning the commonplace walkways and sidewalks of San Francisco. Everywhere one looks, a flash of creativity appears on an unnoticed wall or corner. Here are a few images captured on a daily walk.

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Stencils on Caledonia Street

Stencils on Caledonia Street

These two stencils above a garage on Caledonia bring something of our nation’s history to the urban environment. This owl reminds me there’s a whole natural world out there beyond the city. Stencils can be found on Caledonia Street.

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Housing Art Mural

Housing Art Mural

It’s hard not to be impressed by the sheer scale of this mural on the side of a Victorian in the Mission. Memories of beloved children’s books come to mind when gazing at these buildings that topple over each other in a topsy turvy world….

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Kitty Cats Pounce Into San Francisco

Kitty Cats Pounce Into San Francisco

Along the streets of San Francisco, pouncing from garage doors and walls around the city, kitty cats are everywhere! These images come from a Haight Street garage door, a wall in Clarion Alley, and a garage door on Caledonia Street, respectively.

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