Awesome cat mural on Divisadero and Hayes in San Francisco, in The Panhandle, aka NOPA, or if you feel it, Alamo Square Park.
Being the diverse, liberal, and green-conscious city it is, San Francisco is home to many amazing vintage, thrift, and unique shops. The Bay Area has an exciting history full of grassroots movements, collective spiritual awareness, and an appreciation for back-to-the-land living. Add to that this city’s nurturing environment for art and creativity and you can begin to understand why we want to have more San Fransisco in our Krrbin’ lives. A city that hosts a hippy love fest during The Summer of Love, energizes dot com entrepreneurs, fosters musicians like Janis Jopiln and Tupac, amplifies spokesmen like Harvey Milk, and offers a hearth to food pioneer, Alice Waters? Oh yes please!
“San Francisco itself is art, above all literary art. Every block is a short story, every hill a novel. Every home a poem, every dweller within immortal. That is the whole truth.” – William Saroyan Author
Combing through the nets and working with a couple Krrbmeisters on the SF ground, we’re highlighting just some of our favorites, which turned out to be a hard feat what with so much superness happening. So sit back and check out what this artwork of a city has to offer. …