Tuesday, June 10, 2014

San Francisco Mélange

A truly odd trimming job is revealed by the afternoon shadows.

This mural is in the parking lot of Flax, San Francisco's best art supply store. The store must find another location by the end of 2015 when construction will start on some apartments. Decades of tight limits on building permits have left a huge demand for housing.


This is the above-ground footprint of the work on the subway to Chinatown. Two blocks of Stockton are shut down.

I have no idea who this is but he's at the heart of the Mission.

Time for some political art.

This last takes me back to my salad days but it's better done than its 60s' equivalent.

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