Check out this article in the Chron! Thanks Nina Wright! Awesome to have you and your crew on the alley!
On January 3rd, 2018, BART police shoot and killed Twenty-eight-year-old Sahleem Tindle near the West Oakland station. Since his execution, Sahleem Tindle’s family has been fighting to bring criminal charges against the officers who executed him. The mural JUSICE FOR SAHLEEM TINDLE is a memorial for Sahleem who was murdered in west oakland by the police […]
Working with the Gongora Family, Patrick Piazza originally created a poster in support of the for Justice For Luis. Luis D Gongora Pat was executed by the San Francisco police on April 7th, 2016 after two plan clothes cops responded to a 911 call. Marina Perez-Wong and Elaine Chu (TwinWialls Mural Company) then worked with […]
In loving memory of Michela Gregory (3-14-96 – 12-2-16) & Alex Vega (11-21-94 – 12-2-16).
AROC and Art Forces “Arab Liberation Mural” celebrates and honors the lives of five Arab leaders: Rasmea Odeh, Mehdi Ben Barka, Naji Diafullah, Leila Khaled and Basel Al Araj. Created in collaboration with AROC’s youth program, AYO, and local and international artists, the mural manifests and expresses the resilience and resistance of the Bay Area community […]
The San Francisco Poster Syndicate along with Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) is pleased to announce a new mural on Clarion Alley – Cultivating Resistance. In the current political environment, dominated by economic powers, cultivating community is one of the strongest acts of resistance. Our recent presidential election in The US mirrors a global shift […]
The San Francisco Poster Syndicate (@sfpostersyndicate) grew out of the crisis around higher education– student debt and the abuse of adjunct faculty. We create and screenprint original political images, continuing the rich history of posters as a form of political messaging. We print the posters live at political actions, exhibitions and on the street, and […]
This mural is dedicated with love to community activist and dear friend to many Kirsten Brydum. From the article by Steve Rubenstein in the San Francisco Chronicle, October 3, 2008: To Kirsten Brydum, a passionate 25-year-old community activist from San Francisco, one person’s junk was another’s treasure. Brydum, who wanted to change the […]
Without input from homeless people or the broader homeless and service providers community, Supervisors Farrell and Wiener, funded in large part by billionaires Sequoia Capital chairman Michael Moritz, tech angel investor Ron Conway, and hedge-fund investor William Oberndorf, introduced last minute ballot measures deceptively named “housing not tents” and “Neighborhood Policing” that would […]