San Francisco Mural of a street drummer surrounded by dancers

San Francisco’s Urban Art

I began taking pictures of San Francisco’s Street Art in 2010.

I started with a Blackberry, then an inexpensive DSLR, eventually a
Canon T3 and finally a Canon Ti4.

Below are a few of my favorite shots.

The names I use may not be the name of the mural.

To learn more about San Francisco’s Street Art visit the Clarion Alley
Mural Project

 

Madre
Madre

 

Padre
Padre

 

Wisdom on Haight and Webster
Wisdom on Haight Street
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The Wheel of Justice
Por favor

Strange Dream #14

Mental Illness and Art
Why?
Collaborative Self Interest
Collaborative Self Interest
Pure Energy
Bugz

Seen in the Mission District

 

Portrait of Malcolm X
Portrait of Malcolm X

 

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Audre Lorde
Audre Lorde

 

Picture of a mural in Clarion Alley that shows people of every race, creed and nationality united in common cause
…And we are everywhere…

 

Samsung photograph of a ,ural painting on 9th Street at Harrison Street in San Francisco
9th and Harrison
A photograph of a wall mural on 9th and Harrison Street in San Francisco
Photograph of a Mural Painting on 9th Street at Harrison in San Francisco

Updated October 2018

(c) Rob Goldstein 2015-2016-2017-2018

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20 thoughts on “San Francisco’s Urban Art

    1. Public art is everywhere in San Francisco.
      Some of it is permanent, like ‘Padre’ which is part of a mural on the San Francisco Women’s building, and some of it is temporary, like the ‘Portrait of Malcolm X.”
      which was on an alley in the Mission.
      I’m glad to be able to share this work in such a way that people can see it the way I see it.
      Thank you so much for your comment.

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