Graffiti: It’s always interesting (especially, it seems, in the Tenderloin).

So just around the corner from the last graffiti I posted were these gems. In fact, you can see the abstract wave/flame-ish one in the last photo. Anyway, the large person was done by Jaque Fragua and Spencer Keeton Cunningham. I like it in it’s weirdness and powerful visual statement. I plead guilty for not knowing who painted the cool, more abstract looking wall.

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