Most Amazing Street Art in San Francisco 🎨
The Honey Bears on 1172 Oak Street is so discreet, painted over a black garage door. These honey bears are all over SF by @fnnch on IG.
Laverne Cox by @kate_tova on Instagram is a 3D mural featuring sequins, beadwork, and plastic gemstones. Find this on 374 Filmore Street.
Kate Tova also created this tribute to CA firefighters who battled the 2002 wildfires. The flowers are endangered CA species.📍1650 California St.
The X-Ray of a Wolf, more commonly know as “Skin and Bones” is located on the corner of Ashbury and Haight was created by Austrian artist Nychos.
Look up! On 424 Haight Street, you’ll see another mural by Austrian artist Nychos, which was a promotion for his show “Street Anatomy” in 2014.
Long Live RBG! A mural on the small side street of Russ off of Howard in SoMa features a beautiful tribute to the late US Supreme Court Justice.
You can’t visit SF without visiting Balmy Alley in The Mission on 50 Balmy Street. This alley is home to artwork celebrating Central American culture.
“The Hope for The World Cure” larger than life painting on 16th and Market commemorates the Castro community’s struggle with the AIDS epidemic.
Do a double take of French artist @amillionair on IG’s street art centering the female experience. 📍2201 Polk Street, on the boarded up Royal Oak
1568 Haight used to be a hamburger shop that fed hippies, then an Irish bar. Now it’s a memorial site for an unsheltered person by @dwei100 on IG.
On 735 O’Farrell Street in the Tenderloin, you’ll find the Monarch Butterfly mural by Ink Dwell to raise awareness about the declining 🦋 population.
On the side streets of Grant Ave in Chinatown, you’ll find a series of murals depicting Chinese mythology and culture. The Tiger Dragon is my fave.
The SF Avenue Mural on Taravel and 27th is a cheerful walk though the Sunset neighborhood, created by artist Jeff Canham.
The Kasa Indian mural is a love story of two SF locals who commissioned the mural to propose to one another on V-Day of 2016. 📍On 18th and Noe St.
The Clarion Alley Mural Project between 17th and 18th Valencia Street is a safe space for artists create work. Say yes to community run intiatives!
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