Golden Gate Park Panhandle McKinley Statue Once Again Marred by Graffiti

Well it’s been a back-and-forth between San Francisco’s Arts Commission / Recreation and Park Department and our local graffiti artists/taggers down in the Golden Gate Park Panhandle.

This east-end statue has had all kinds of anti-graffiti coatings applied, but to no avail. Here’s the history, complete with before and after photos.

The newest additions appear to say, “KKKattey” or something undAll this means nothing.” Would you pay something like $10K four figures for these scribblings? Well, guess what, tax and fee payer, you just did. 

As it looks today. This fetching couple tried to make the best of things:

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On It Goes…

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