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SF LGBT Center

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SF LGBT Center

1800 Market St. San Francisco, CA For this mural we started with the Progressive Pride Flag because to us it represents the amazing diversity within the Queer community. We wanted to showcase “heroes” from the past and present who we feel should be celebrated in the LGBTQ+ community as well as the intersection with our Latino Heritage. We hope that this mural invokes love and curiosity for our past, a connection to our present, and inspire a diverse future for the LGBTQ+ movement.   Collaboration with Simon Malvaez  

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Willkommen

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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 In 2020, I was asked to design a mural covering the facade of a three-story building that houses a Latino low-income housing project and a historic queer community bar. In collaboration with Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA), an organization working 40+ years to keep Latinos and working families in San Francisco’s Mission District, and El Rio -a fabulous 40+ year old queer neighborhood bar, I embarked on my biggest mural challenge to date.  This mural depicts the many faces, traditions and ethnic backgrounds within the Latino community in the US while it champions sexual...

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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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