Red Tigers Mural 2018, Artist: Andrew Schoultz, South Van Ness Avenue near 18th Street, San Francisco, California

Loop
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The other red tiger's tail formed a loop. Below it, one of the red organic swirls changed from a red line into a long red ribbon.


Red Tigers Mural 2018 external link   •  Artist: Andrew Schoultz external link   •  South Van Ness Avenue near 29th Street external link   •  San Francisco external link California external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:52:03 Sunday 5 May 2019)   •  (Date Published: Saturday 25 May 2019)   •  © 2019 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C19_2704
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Left End
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The left end of the mural was painted in an organic design. At the left, one of two tigers was just visible.


Red Tigers Mural 2018 external link   •  Artist: Andrew Schoultz external link   •  South Van Ness Avenue near 29th Street external link   •  San Francisco external link California external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:51:28 Sunday 5 May 2019)   •  (Date Published: Saturday 25 May 2019)   •  © 2019 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C19_2700
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First Tiger
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The first red tiger was partly defaced by sketches and swirls of spray paint. Its face, with gnashing teeth, looked less fierce because of the defacing paint.


Red Tigers Mural 2018 external link   •  Artist: Andrew Schoultz external link   •  South Van Ness Avenue near 29th Street external link   •  San Francisco external link California external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:51:42 Sunday 5 May 2019)   •  (Date Published: Saturday 25 May 2019)   •  © 2019 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C19_2701
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Ribbon
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The one of the red organic swirls was painted to look like a ribbon curling through the design.


Red Tigers Mural 2018 external link   •  Artist: Andrew Schoultz external link   •  South Van Ness Avenue near 29th Street external link   •  San Francisco external link California external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:51:53 Sunday 5 May 2019)   •  (Date Published: Saturday 25 May 2019)   •  © 2019 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C19_2702
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Second Red Tiger
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The second red tiger was crouched low to the sidewalk and its body was partly covered with the swirls of the organic design.


Red Tigers Mural 2018 external link   •  Artist: Andrew Schoultz external link   •  South Van Ness Avenue near 29th Street external link   •  San Francisco external link California external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:51:57 Sunday 5 May 2019)   •  (Date Published: Saturday 25 May 2019)   •  © 2019 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C19_2703
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Behind A School
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The mural was painted on a fence that bordered the back of a school. On street parking caused part of the mural to be obscured. However it would be easy to spot whether driving or walking.


Red Tigers Mural 2018 external link   •  Artist: Andrew Schoultz external link   •  South Van Ness Avenue near 29th Street external link   •  San Francisco external link California external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:51:07 Sunday 5 May 2019)   •  (Date Published: Saturday 25 May 2019)   •  © 2019 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C19_2699
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Tiger's Head
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The head of the second tiger looked fierce with its gnashing teeth and huge eye. In this instance the tagged name over it did not obscure the tiger's face.


Red Tigers Mural 2018 external link   •  Artist: Andrew Schoultz external link   •  South Van Ness Avenue near 29th Street external link   •  San Francisco external link California external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:52:22 Sunday 5 May 2019)   •  (Date Published: Saturday 25 May 2019)   •  © 2019 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C19_3705
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Left End
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Just past the leftmost end of the mural was a metal chain-link gate. The two red tigers mural itself ended with a patch of organic swirls.


Red Tigers Mural 2018 external link   •  Artist: Andrew Schoultz external link   •  South Van Ness Avenue near 29th Street external link   •  San Francisco external link California external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:52:41 Sunday 5 May 2019)   •  (Date Published: Saturday 25 May 2019)   •  © 2019 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C19_2707
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