street art

29 Apr 2021

The fnnch Honey Bear Controversy Explained

Honey Bear street artist fnnch has raised nearly $400,000 for charitable causes during the pandemic, yet KQED describes his work as “the Most Despised Street Art in San Francisco.” Love them or despise them, you will see those ubiquitous honey bears in now-saturation mode on bus stop shelters and towering

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05 Apr 2021

Ohlone Tribe Artwork Makes It To Market Street

Here in San Francisco, we are on Ohlone People’s land, though this doesn’t get acknowledged much. But it’s getting some acknowledgement now, as the Chronicle reports that six Muni bus shelters on Market Street now have Ohlone-inspired artwork, designed by Oakland artist Katie Dorame. The Ohlone people, who have lived

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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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18 Feb 2021

Massive Greta Mural Looks Over San Francisco

The massive portrait of climate activist Greta Thunberg, just off of San Francisco’s Union Square was commissioned in 2019 by SF not-for-profit One Atmosphere..  The artist is Andrés Pereoselli who is Argentinian and  known as @CobreArt.  He’s done massive portraits like this all over the world. The artist wrote about

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28 Jan 2020

Koi Fish Artist Jeremy Novy Calls Out Art Gallery For Non-Payment, Fraud

Street artist Jeremy Novy is the stencil painter behind the koi fish graffiti art seen around San Francisco, but he’s alleging some very fishy behavior at a Castro district art gallery. Novy is filing a lawsuit accusing the Castro gallery Art Attack SF of a series of egregious actions; non-payment

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11 Nov 2019

5 Brooklyn Street Artists You Should Already Know

by Laurie Riihimaki For years, graffiti artists and muralists have taken over the bleak bricks and gray-cemented buildings of Bushwick and beyond to celebrate the culture of the city while also shedding light on current political, economic, and societal issues – striking on important conversations.  These murals are not only

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30 Jul 2019

Kevin Durant & Apexer Remodel an SF Basketball Court

The Hayes Valley Playground got a fantastic facelift thanks to a parting donation from Kevin Durant and his KD Charity Foundation.  The playground got new hoops and backboards, the grounds were resurfaced, and perhaps the most striking improvement is that the whole court was turned into a giant mural by

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26 Jul 2018

All the Best Times Trump’s Hollywood Star Was Destroyed

Since Trump has taken office his Hollywood Star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame has been vandalized and micturated upon in all sorts of delightful ways.  Sometimes the installations were artful, sometimes brutish, and sometimes just gross.  In any case, we rounded up the best bouts of vandalism involving protests against Trump’s

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15 Jun 2018

Graffiti Artists Take Their Work “Beyond the Streets” in LA

Following the iconic graffiti and street artists who went on to create studio art, trading spray cans for canvases, moving their art from garage doors to galleries.

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