Here’s what you see on the Fillmore side, an African animal:
And this on the other side of the dividing line, a yin-yang symbol, for Japantown?
Forget about superwellknown Spoon Man from two decades back.
Just two years ago, San Francisco had its own icon – Pigeon Man.
All the pigeons of Civic Center knew Pigeon Man was coming – they’d walk with him down Larkin, Pied Piper-style. See?
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They used the crosswalk better than the average San Francisco pedestrian:
Here was the reward, some kind of grain, like what the Road Runner used to peck at:
But now she’s all like this, taken off of the street and placed indoors upstairs at the Brewhouse.
Note that the formerly-censored(?) bloodied bat has been restored. (That’s what makes her a Fury, IMO.)
Imagine that – the journey from street crime to high art took merely a half-year…
Thusly. Strike a pose, mate:
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Of course this shot was from back in the day, from back before the Black Paint Attack of 2013, which damaged the appearance of the famously peaceful heart doctor.
But a genuine 2010 Banksy is a genuine 2010 Banksy, right? So check it out the next time you’re on Eddy Grant Avenue – it’s electric!
Sure you can!