KAGE 8K43806 & 5N75030

2 07 2010

No time for love Dr. Jones

No time for love Dr. Jones2

KAGE 5N75030

That KAGE kid really gets around and has got a pretty firm handle on his brand identity.

UPDATE # 1 Cryptomail just alerted me to Vampire KAGE 8D20353 over here

Excellent! If anyone else has anymore sightings that they would like to share please let me know in the comments section.

Hey Lady, You Might Want To Invest In Some Brakes For Your Bicycle. They Sure Come in Handy When You’re Riding Around With Firearms.

10 04 2010

My other gun is a bike 1. jpg

My other gun is a bike 2

Lower Haight, SF.

Oh, oh, and I almost forgot. Ahh, I’m also gonna need you to go ahead and come in on Sunday, too…

27 03 2010

Because its die muthafucka, die muthafucka still fool 1

Because its die muthafucka, die muthafucka still fool 2

It took me a while to source it, but I believe this stencil is from the classic printer beat-down scene in Office Space. I really love how it plays off the colors in this mural.

As seen on the Seventh Letter Crew + Boost Mobile mural in SF.

I am a man who will fight for your honor. I’ll be the hero you’re dreaming of. We’re gonna live forever, knowing together that we did it all for the glory of love.

16 11 2009

Explosion of Karate Kid stencils on the back of Amoeba

Explosion of Karate Kid stencils on the back of Amoeba in San Francisco.

The N Judah Proletariat Blues

10 09 2009

The N Judah Proletariat Blues 1

The N Judah Proletariat Blues 2


Noticed that the artist has since added his signature tag.

The N Judah Proletariat Blues 7

The N Judah Proletariat Blues 11

Harvey Milk

17 07 2009

Harvey Milk stencil

Harvey Milk stencil found next to the Noriega Street Safeway in The Outer Sunset.

The Times of Harvey Milk is an amazing Oscar winning documentary from 1984 that Gus Van Sant basically just reenacted in his Oscar winning movie, Milk. There’s about 10-15 scenes that he recreates or fleshes out and there’s another 10-15 scenes where he uses the EXACT same source material and news footage as the documentary, all in the same order. And I’m not knocking that. Talk about being True to your source material.

It’s a pretty amazing documentary about a very surreal story.

What’s amazing to me is how many people from this 25 year old documentary still dominate the local political landscape. Terence Hallinan later went on to become San Francisco’s district attorney and just this week is defending a meth head who killed his baby momma with a baseball bat on his kid’s first birthday. Tom Ammiano is now in the California State Assembly and even gave Willy Brown a run for his money as a write in candidate for Mayor of SF. And Dianne Feinstein is still a cunt. But my personal favorite is Dennis Richmond. He’s been like the black Clark Kent of Bay Area TV news reporting for the past 30+ years. You know that guy goes out and fights crime once he gets off from work. That’s why he finally retired from news casting – to focus on kicking ass fulltime.

Lots of great file footage of San Francisco is all of its goofy 1970s Boogie Nights glory. Dan White with his bowl haircut (Check it out! Same style as the busted Governor of Illinois. Creepy…) and Century 21 jacket. Check out the news guy that interviews Dan White on the streets. Yep. John Holmes had a job at 7 On Your Side for a while there. Not that many people know that.

It’s pretty amazing what Harvey Milk was able to accomplish without any cell phones, twitter, myspace, or blogs. He could put people in the streets. No matter where you live on planet earth or what language you speak, anyone who can mobilize people into the streets has power. Dude was a bad ass. He would go debate his opponents in enemy territory, red zip codes, Orange County. I think that’s a big reason why Prop 6 failed and why Prop 8 passed. We don’t have any Harvey Milks on our team anymore.

I was in Amoeba the other day and noticed that The Times of Harvey Milk is now out of print. It’s going for $60 on DVD but you can watch the entire thing online for free.


Love on the Streets of San Francisco

15 07 2009

I kissed A Girl Stencil on Upper Haight

Large two color stencil found off of Upper Haight.