Victor Reyes

I’ve been liking his psychedelic murals for a while, even though I very often confused him with Spendlove.
If I had a house, it would be painted like this inside out.
If I was loaded, it would hopefully be one my fav guys doing it, someone like this.
Why are not all houses happy with paint, deBlob was supposed to change everything.
0077 Grace

1416 Harrison

0013 Sycamore

1307 Mission

2997 Folsom

San Francisco

2655 17th Street

0008 Washburn

1253 Stevenson

1519 Utah

0319 Linden

1043 Howard

1521 Utah

3303 23rd Street

1309 Howard Street

1834 Geary Boulevard

0746 Bryant Street



Dutton (The Art Instinct, 2009) enumerates a list of twelve universal features of art that he argues are rooted in our evolved human nature:
1. the direct sense of pleasure a work of art provides;
2. the skill and virtuosity involved in its creation;
3. the presence of a recognizable style in which the artwork is made;
4. its novelty and originality;
5. its ability to generate critical judgment and appreciation;
6. its representation or imitation of real or imaginary experiences;
7. the way works of art are set apart from ordinary life and given special attention;
8. its expression of the individual personality of the artist;
9. its “emotional saturation,” or the ability of the work to incite emotions in its audience;
10. the intellectual challenge that it can provide for an audience;
11. the significance that the work has in an artistic tradition;
12. and finally, the imaginative experience that the work represents for its producer and evokes in its audience.

0350 6th Street
Portrait of the Artist as a Caveman, Micah Mattix

Clarion Alley

I have finally discovered Clarion. I must have passed it million times, but never went in. I know, unbelievable. As my attention gradually shifts to street art in all forms, I look for it now, instead of coming across it, I deliberately look for it and shoot it.
The daily session was done at noon in not the best light, but the colors and shapes are vivid and sharp, overwhelming, overloading.