What Do You Think? Does This Double Dragon Mural Add Something to the Famous Chinatown Banksy?

Now, I have my own opinion on this, but I’ll keep it to myself (’cause you Gentle Readers are so gentle I can’t even use the useful term West Bay without throwing some of you into a tizzy.)

Anyway, the Peace Heart Doctor Banksy is now protected by Plexiglas these days, just like the Mona Lisa, or something.

Anyway, we can all agree that photographer and man-about-town Steve Rhodes is Everywhere You Want to Be.

Twick at work:

Steve Rhodes

(Hey, you know how much of Banksy’s Exit Through the Gift Shop was true? How about zero (0) percent – start off with that assumption and work up from there, if you want…)

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4 Responses to “What Do You Think? Does This Double Dragon Mural Add Something to the Famous Chinatown Banksy?”

  1. Sister Wendy says:

    Twick’s work is always finely detailed, but somewhat predictable, and puts squarely in the middle of many of San Francisco’s street artists. Some may call it a style, and others may call it a lack of imagination.
    I like his work, but it’s out of context with the Banksy; not much different in that respect than what Otter Pop then Dan Plasma tried to do – coattail on somebody’s else’s “notoriety”.
    Still, rather than leave the wall a blank canvas for every talent-free asshole who skulks around hating what others throw up, this may be the bandaid the wall needs.

  2. Jef Poskanzer says:

    I’ll wait to react until it’s actually finished.

  3. sfcitizen says:

    A novel idea!

  4. Cycle says:

    Unlike Banksy and these legql eagles, Plasma never asked for protection or permission, neither did otter, this mural is super jocking, mad ugly, and uninspired spraycan pseudo airbrush art…sorry Twick, your my boy, a great father and businessman, but pls give it up;;;;

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