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Just few works, intense smell of urine, very dirty street, and homelessness in total abandonment in a rich city which is the center of the tech industry.
What a shame San Francisco is not taking care of its people...
The Tenderloin has some of the most beautiful architecture and interesting places. However, if you’ve read about the problem of homelessness in SF this is where you come to experience it.
We were staying at the Hilton on O’Farrell so Shannon Street was a block...More
I stopped by these murals solely as I was in the area after having breakfast. Although I was not expecting much, I found they made some interesting and rather poignant social critiques.
Some murals have been daubed with graffiti, but it is clear that some...More
Very quick block of murals that seem like they are changed out frequently since ours seemed relevant to Veteran’s Day. Balmy Alley had much more street art if that’s what you’re looking for and the area is better lit and less sketchy.
If you're walking in the area of Union Square, this is worth the detour. The street is more like a laneway, dotted with homeless people who seemed to add life to the art. It's all part of a social-political statement; a testament to the decay...More
Interesting spot for those who look for more than just the flashing lights in big cities. Very short street (some would call it an alley) with many colorful murals. Vets can have their say in this mural manifestation of global oppression and violence. One of...More