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New Street Art Appears In The Upper Haight

New Street Art Appears In The Upper Haight
Photo: Twitter/@martineno
By Amy Stephenson - Published on April 10, 2014.
Upper Haight is getting its public art offering refreshed with a couple of new murals at Masonic and Ashbury, respectively.

This weekend saw the remarkably quick installation of a skeletal killer wolf (above). This fella's done by Austrian muralist NYCHOS, and according to Upper Playground it all went up in record time. The mural precedes a solo show by the artist at Fifty24SF Gallery, which will hold its opening party Friday, April 18th. If you're digging NYCHOS' anatomical deconstructions, do go check out the show. 

Then, there's this new Eclair Bandersnatch sidewalk panel, the biggest we've seen yet. For the uninitiated, Eclair Acuda Bandersnatch is a locally-based graffiti street artist who primarily puts her work on the ground. 



The piece you see above is outside Mom's Body Shop at Haight & Masonic, and it takes up four sidewalk panels. You may have seen some of her other stuff around the Haight, but this one is especially large and involved.

If you look closely at the bottom left corner, you'll see it says "does this stencil make my ass look fat?"