Panorama by Joe Bunny. Thanks, Joe.
Shame on you, General Mills. Some poor property owner is going to have to clean that up.
I’m not sure where we are in this, but the conversation intrigues me. Partly because it illustrates two different ways to create image using text.
Found on the other side of Market Street, on the wall of the former Go Getter’s Market.
Oh look, and he’s spray-painting something of his own too.
What do a Bialetti moka pot, a pink airplane, a Polaroid camera, an acoustic guitar, a striped suit with an umbrella, an unidentified creepy face, and a cactus all have in common? Well, they’re all part of this collection of sidewalk stencils in front of Radio Habana Social Club.
For a second, I thought it was another jab at hipsters, but I couldn’t quite figure out that striped ensemble (or that face). If anyone can decode this esoteric collection of things, let me know. I sure am fond of that moka pot, though.
And here’s another shot of that pretty little Telegraph Hill parrot stencil, just a few sidewalk squares away.