paint the void

08 Apr 2021

Map Of SF’s New Murals!

San Francisco art organization ‘Paint the Void’ has commissioned well over 100 murals across San Francisco and the East Bay during shelter-in-place.  There are more than 95 Bay Area artists beautifying our city under this project.  Turning many of our empty, commercial corridors into actual art walks.  Recently a artists

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28 Jan 2021

Color That Lights Up SF Streets : Kate Tova Artist You Should Know

To escape the gray skies, the soviet facades, and 6-month long Russian winters, she painted with bright, intensely warm colors.   The type of color palette that can light up a dark street corner.

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18 Jan 2021

The 100 Best Cheap Eats in the Bay Area

This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under

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24 Jul 2020

A MAP OF SAN FRANCISCO’S NEW STREET ART 2020

San Francisco art organization ‘Paint the Void’ has commissioned something like 100 murals across San Francisco and the East Bay during shelter-in-place.  84 different boarded up storefronts got covered with art by Bay Area artists.  Turning many of our empty, commercial corridors into actual art walks. Visit the interactive Paint

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16 Jul 2020

The Beauty & ‘Beef’ in San Francisco’s Street Art Scene

You’ve seen their work all over the city, on boarded up storefronts and hanging in windows, you’ve seen it on walls, garage doors, and mailboxes.  Street art in San Francisco a reflection our city’s culture, politics and creativity.  The great majority of art hanging in SF’s museums, is not by

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21 Apr 2020

Artists are Painting the Boarded up Businesses in SF

Street artists are used to wearing face coverings and spending long hours alone.   In San Francisco, not even a pandemic is enough to stop artists from beautifying our city. Arts organizations Building 180 and Art for Civil Discourse, are reaching out to SF businesses and SF artists to turn all

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