Take a Street Art Tour of San Francisco

By Google Arts & Culture

San Francisco is a gold-mine of American culture. From Haight-Ashbury to the Golden Gate, the Bay Area city is host to many forms of invention and expression, including some innovative street art.

Wander the city here, then scroll on to use Street View and discover some of the best examples of street art the city has to offer...


Known for fantastical color palettes and surreal figures, Austrian artist Nychos has tagged this house in Lower Haight.

James Reka

Reka has emblazoned a huge and powerful "peace" sign here near the Tenderloin, on McAllister Street.


Mixing varied influences from nature to tech to architechture, Eon75 is a San Fran based muralist responsible for huge, striking works like this one.


A pair of identical twins with a unique take on the world, Octavio and Gustavo Pandolfo paint as OSGEMEOS, bringing vibrancy and a sense of the carnivalesque to the spots they hit.


With a firm belief that art belongs outside the gallery, fnnch wants to reach as many people as possible. These cute guys on Mission St. are certainly helping!


Maybe it's a little tough to spot, but that's an original by the famous (and anonymous) British street art superstar, Banksy, up there above 'E Tutto Chia'!


Caratoes was born in Belgium and is currently based in Hong Kong, but she found time to drop by the Mission District and paint this evocative work. 


From Hawaii to Taiwan, APEXER has painted all over the world. This angular, floral, calligraphic design adorns a building near Lower Haight.

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