While not both birds of a feather per se, these tall and skinny pieces flock together to decorate the corners and unused wall-ends of our alleyways in San Francisco.
There is a bit of the surreal in each of these murals, whether subject matter, color scheme, or just overall trippiness. I love the flamboyant colors that really knock your socks off and use of shape in each of these pieces.
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.
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 me what a favorite pastime viewing street art can be.
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.
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.
This mural in Clarion Alley is truly of epic proportions. Painted on a two story San Francisco home facing Clarion Alley, these bunnies with wings make a stunning addition to the street art landscape.
I spied some great pieces on the walls at Clarion Alley this past weekend. This larger than life mural stands over 12 feet tall. Take a stroll through Clarion Alley in the Mission to see San Francisco creativity in action.