Lilac Street, San Francisco
Between 25th and 26th Streets
Street Murals
As A Form Of Art

A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling or other permanent surface. A distinguishing characteristic of mural painting is that the architectural elements of the given space are harmoniously incorporated into the picture. [from wikipedia]
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Graffiti Art
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Between 25th and 26th Streets
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As A Form Of Art
(Date Photographed: 08:49:02 Saturday 14 October 2017)
(Date Published: Friday 24 November 2017)
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Lilac Street near 26th Street began with graffiti as the form of mural art.


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160 Lilac
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Between 25th and 26th Streets
Street Murals external link
As A Form Of Art
(Date Photographed: 08:49:39 Saturday 14 October 2017)
(Date Published: Friday 24 November 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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A mural featuring roses decorated the roll-up door at 160 Lilac.


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Artist Supplies
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Between 25th and 26th Streets
Street Murals external link
As A Form Of Art
(Date Photographed: 08:49:58 Saturday 14 October 2017)
(Date Published: Friday 24 November 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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Pens, marker, and brushes were painted on the wall under windows. They advertised "RD Artist Supplies."


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Both Sides Of Street
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Between 25th and 26th Streets
Street Murals external link
As A Form Of Art
(Date Photographed: 08:50:17 Saturday 14 October 2017)
(Date Published: Friday 24 November 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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The art on Lilac Street occupied both sides.


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A Face
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Between 25th and 26th Streets
Street Murals external link
As A Form Of Art
(Date Photographed: 08:50:23 Saturday 14 October 2017)
(Date Published: Friday 24 November 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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A face covered the back door, while graffiti covered the garage door.


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Spiritual Art
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Lilac Street, San Francisco external link
Between 25th and 26th Streets
Street Murals external link
As A Form Of Art
(Date Photographed: 08:50:40 Saturday 14 October 2017)
(Date Published: Friday 24 November 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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#C17_5688


A mural on one side of the street depicted a fallen man held by spiritual beings.


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Two Faces
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Lilac Street, San Francisco external link
Between 25th and 26th Streets
Street Murals external link
As A Form Of Art
(Date Photographed: 08:51:21 Saturday 14 October 2017)
(Date Published: Friday 24 November 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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#C17_5690


Two faces were pressed together so hard that a drop of blood formed to water a rose.


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Urban Garden 2009
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Lilac Street, San Francisco external link
Between 25th and 26th Streets
Street Murals external link
As A Form Of Art
(Date Photographed: 08:51:50 Saturday 14 October 2017)
(Date Published: Friday 24 November 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License
#C17_5692


Designed and Painted by Brian Perrin, Christo Propeza, Max Allbee, and San Pancho Art Collective 2009.


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