Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Mona Caron

For a City of Panhandles! Copenhagenize it!

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Mona Caron’s rendition of 24th and Folsom after we’ve made a few basic changes.  (Thanks to Mona Caron for this image, originally published in the Bay Guardian in 2006.) We’ve been waiting for years now to see some physical changes to accommodate the huge increase in daily bicycling. We did get an odd set of […]

The Slow, Beautiful Road to Community on the Streets

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Mona Caron contemplates her next stroke on her new mural at Jones and Golden Gate in San Francisco. Mona Caron is a visual troubadour of street life in San Francisco. Her murals have become increasingly famous in their gorgeous detail, portraying San Francisco’s romantic past juxtaposed to inspired visions of its future. Equally powerful is […]

A New Mural in the Tenderloin

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The mural is being painted on the white building in the second square from left, as seen from the Bell Tower atop St. Boniface Church on Golden Gate. (Photo LisaRuth Elliott) A new mural is taking shape in San Francisco’s Tenderloin, at the corner of Jones and Golden Gate, diagonally across from St. Anthony’s Dining […]