Posts Tagged ‘zoltron’

Zoltron loves you, wants to measure your height

January 26th, 2012

Zoltron at Bombay Creamery

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Local street/concert artist has put up a new piece with a height measuring stick at the old Bombay Creamery space on Valencia. “How high are you?” asks the mural, as though that were a question that could be answered quantitatively.

Be sure to stand in front of this and measure yourself before someone paints over this and you’re forced to go back to robbing 7-Eleven and getting your height measurement from the wanted poster.

18th St. art wall replaced with anti-plastic bottle message

July 19th, 2011

Oh no!

As you may recall, last time we checked in with the 18th St. art wall, it was alive with a collaborative effort started by Zoltron.

Now the wall is gone, replaced with a message about plastic bottle waste. Lame.

18th Street Zoltron art wall revisited

July 5th, 2011


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Last time we checked out the Zoltron art wall on 18th St, the collaborative and spontaneous art project was already well underway.

I stopped by again today and I’m happy to report that the effort has continued! The ever-changing nature of the wall means there’s always something new. I’ll be a little sad to see it go if 18 Reasons ever opens their doors.

18th Street Zoltron art wall

June 19th, 2011


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Zoltron has covered a plywood wall on the long-boarded up space on 18th and Dolores. Eventually this space will become the new home of Bi-Rite’s 18 Reasons, but for now it’s livening up the Mission’s “Gourmet Ghetto.”

Update: It’s a collaborative, spontaneous art piece. I’ll let Zoltron explain what’s going on.