Storefront, Found Art
Unusually decorated entry to business locations
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Boy With Bomb
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Storefront Found Art
Bush Street, San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Tuesday 17 August 2010
(Photo taken 14:26:18 Sunday 7 March 2010)
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The artist David LeBatard external link left a mural over a storefront on Bush Street in San Francisco. It was unclear from the position of the mural which store was intended, nor even if it was intended for a store or simply an art statement.


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Invisible Bike
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Storefront Found Art
Quincy Street external link San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Tuesday 17 August 2010
(Photo taken 15:49:52 Friday 5 February 2010)
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The website Asians.com was an orphaned site reference above the drawing of a cat, below which was the phrase "Invisible Bike." The alley dead-ended at the drawing with a clear lack of convenient parking.


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X-ray Image
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Storefront Found Art
Hawthorne Street, San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Tuesday 17 August 2010
(Photo taken 13:05:44 Thursday 18 March 2010)
© 2010 Bryan Costales
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The Medweb external link website was in a building located on Folsom Street external link between 2nd and 3rd Streets. The back entrance was behind it on an unamed parking area off of Hawthorne Street. The Medweb logo was painted next to the door with its classic binary arrow above.


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