San Francisco, CA
Street Art Mural Gallery

San Francisco, CA Street Art

Street art has been a major part of the San Francisco Bay Area's culture since the early 1980s. The Mission District is an area well-known for its large murals, and is home to one of the most famous pieces of street art, the Women's Building mural. The art in this area developed from simple graffiti into more widely accepted and appreciated art.  

On Friday, June 12, 2020, San Francisco joined Oakland, Sacramento, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. in getting its own Black Lives Matter street mural, painted in bright yellow block lettering, stretching out over three city blocks. This was organized after the second week of national protests following the killing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and, Ahmaud Arbery.

Street artists have created murals all over San Francisco that represent and reflect a myriad of topics including the Black Lives Matter movement, celebrating diversity, women's fight for equality, LGBTQ rights, and social justice, just to name a few.

The murals in San Francisco are ever-changing, so this online gallery is dedicated to capturing photos of these racial and social justice murals so they can be remembered!

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Walls of Justice encourages you to submit photos of art in your community. By submitting your photos, you grant us permission to use the photography on this website and you agree to the Terms of Use and Submission Guidelines.

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