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Willkommen

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8th Painted Lady

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8th Painted Lady

940 Grove St, San Francisco CA This mural on Iconic Alamo Square is about Women Empowerment, and a tribute to the fight that has taken place in San Francisco for Equality, Diversity and Free Love through the past 50 years and earlier. This mural aimed to raise funds for the GLBT Historical Society and their quest for a newer/bigger museum here in San Francisco.     Collaboration with Ghilerme Lemes 

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El Rio

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El Rio

3158 Mission St. San Francisco, CA ”Mexican Curious” is a mural that represents the diversity and equality within the Latino community in the United States. It depicts the many faces, traditions, and ethnic backgrounds that make us who we are today. Additionally, the mural champions sexual and gender diversity within the Latino zeigest which is represented by the pink triangle/genders on earring. We, as Latinos in America, are the collision of European and Native American culture at the intersection of immigrantion to the US in search of the American Dream. This has further expanded the unique combination of colors, food...

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Methuselah, 2019

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Methuselah, 2019

Glen Park Residence. San Francisco, CA Methuselah, an ancient bristlecone pine in the White Mountains of California, is the second oldest known non-clonal organism on Earth. This residential mural is a tribute to the client's passion for traveling and their never-ending hunger for adventures in the most exotic locations. The representation of animals across the tree is a new take on an old allegory of the "Tree of Life".

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Juanita More! 2017 Pride

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Juanita More! 2017 Pride

493 Sanchez St. San Francisco, CA Inspiration was drawn from political propaganda from the 1940s and the political climate of the current times (2017). We wanted to make a very political statement. The mural portrays Juanita More! in an elegant pose that conveys strength-almost military depicting her as a leader and protector for the LGBTQI community. It is also a tribute to the creator of the rainbow flag, Gilbert Baker (R.I.P. 2017), and to all who fought for LGBTQI rights throughout history.

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