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The Bay Area Street Art Map is being updating daily, so check back often!… [read more]

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Pedro Matos Interview

Ok, Ok, summer break is over and it's time I get back to updating the website. … [read more]

Pedro Matos Interview Pedro Matos Interview

JR’s Insideout Project in the Tenderloin

A few weeks ago I posted a video on the GTSF homepage of JR's acceptance… [read more]

JR’s Insideout Project in the Tenderloin JR’s Insideout Project in the Tenderloin

Preview of D Young V’s Solo Show

Last Wednesday I had a chance to visit D Young V while he was installing… [read more]

Preview of D Young V’s Solo Show Preview of D Young V’s Solo Show

The Color Therapy of Perception

This is another older one, but it's by San Francisco's own Chor Boogie. … [read more]

The Color Therapy of Perception The Color Therapy of Perception

An Interview with Jeremy Novy

I had a chance to ask Jeremy Novy a few questions about his well known… [read more]

An Interview with Jeremy Novy An Interview with Jeremy Novy

Send Mom a little Love.

I love projects like this one.  It's creative, it makes me smile and spreads… [read more]

Send Mom a little Love. Send Mom a little Love.

What are QR Codes?

What is a QR Code? Learn all about it them here.… [read more]

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Pedro Matos Interview

Pedro Matos Interview

Ok, Ok, summer break is over and it’s time I get back to updating the website.  Earlier this month I had a chance to interview Portuguese artist Pedro Matos for Warholian.com about his recent first solo show at Shooting Gallery.  I was able to talk to him about the show, his background in the arts and how he draws inspiration from the city streets in Lisbon. Read the full interview here. Below are a few more pictures from the opening, taken by Warholian’s Mike Cuffe.  Enjoy! Share/Bookmark Interview

Rusty Pipes in West Oakland

Rusty Pipes in West Oakland

To be honest, I have no idea what these giant rusty pipes in West Oakland are intended to be used for, but a few artists have converted them into canvas.  The first piece is by Invade, the second by...

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Young and Free

Young and Free

Last Saturday the show “Young and Free” opened at 941 Geary in San Francisco.  This is the first major Australian Street art show in the States, so it’s gotten a lot of attention from...

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Interview with Hugh Leeman