[Andrew Dalton, That Aggressive Panhandler, has all the deets of the somewhat similar laser kittehs mural going up on Divisadero at the Harding Theatre, our Brokedown Palace.]
A laser beam-enabled giant walrus is depicted on this mural in a large arched window at 232 Fillmore near Laussat just up from Waller in the Lower Haight.
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Well this is the scene you’ll see in San Francisco – official banners celebrating and promoting the Lower Haight area, courtesy of the Upper Playground and and the Lower Haight Merchant’s Association.
Like this one from Estevan Orial, who uses a “cheap-ass digital camera.”
What can the Lower Haight do for you?
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