Pen Pop: Remember Barteño? It’s a stylized Bart Simpson that you can see here. There are more POP culture references on the streets: from television are Dexter and DLOCS’ grape ape; a tattooed Andy Capp from the funnies; and the movies Weekend at Bernie’s and French Kiss each have a little poster. The best things in life are free! Check it out after the jump.
Small stencils and posters appear on a vacant wall on Haight Street. This one piece of construction plywood is a constant work in progress for artists in the neighborhood. Walk by every week and there’s always something new to see here!
A pair of eyes look out from two separate walls in the Tenderloin. Like giants staring out of imaginary peepholes into the city, these posters catch the viewer unaware as they gawk at passersby.
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 of some of my favorite pieces.
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.
I stumbled upon a few posters and murals on a little walk through the Mission this week. These pieces are so colorful and bright. A pleasant surprise! Murals and posters can be found in the Mission between 15th and 18th Street along Valencia. Don’t forget to check out a new wall that’s being freshly painted on 15th.
Spotted this fiery mural at Cunningham Place. Across from it was this great poster. I love this guy with the MOM tattoo.