Thursday, July 7, 2011

Photo: Not Your Average Canvas

For better or worse, San Francisco is easily the single most graffitied city I've ever visited. Graffiti is practically everywhere there, it seems - on the buildings, on construction equipment, on the roofs of the buses, carved into the windows of the streetcars, and on the vehicles. This particular cube van, which I found parked on Fulton out by Golden Gate Park, was just the most striking example I came across.

I've gotta admit, it certainly is one way to make your average cube van a bit more distinct.

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