Category Archives: Architecture
This is just a few pieces of the artwork created for the SpokeArt gallery show, Unreal Estate, opening in San Francisco on Feb 2nd, 2013. It features all new works by Tim Doyle. We love the subtle lighting in the … Continue reading
Many locals must be familiar with SF artist Brian Goggin’s “falling furniture” installation at the corner of 6th and Howard Streets. Titled ‘Defenestration” — it is an NEA funded site-specific sculptural mural on a dilapidated building in San Francisco. “Defenestration”, … Continue reading
This is a vintage escalator sign at The Cannery in San Francisco. Originally built in 1907, THE CANNERY was once the largest peach cannery in the world. We tried to find some history on the sign with no luck. But … Continue reading
We spotted this fantastic big red bull in San Francisco recently, while walking around. Unfortunately we didn’t write down what street we were on – maybe somewhere near the Mission district? Couldn’t figure out if it was a business or … Continue reading
Thought this was such a classic retro sign, complete with the requisite starburst. Located in the Mission area, San Francisco.
Was walking around downtown the other night and stumbled upon these new gigantic and fun head sculptures. There are three of them, rather totemic and friendly in a Tim Burton sort of way. A really nice addition to the area, … Continue reading
Very cool little house, protruding from a building in SF. “Manifest Destiny!” is a tiny wooden cabin affixed precariously to the side of a building in downtown San Francisco. The public art installation is by Jenny Chapman & Mark A. Reigelman II and was commissioned … Continue reading