Scenes From Last Night's Divisadero Art Walk

After more than a year on hiatus, the Divisadero Art Walk made its return last evening under new management.

Folks were out and about, and along with the dozen or so businesses that participated, a few mobile retail trucks showed up here and there to help keep the foot traffic lively. 

After the "official" end of the event, bars up and down the block appeared a bit more hoppin' than usual. If you weren't unable to make it last night, fear not: We were out and about sipping beers and snapping photos for you!

A table set up by Geoknotic, whose wood carvings play with light and reflection.
A mobile photo booth called The Dark Room popped up on the corner of Grove and Divisadero, complete with costumes.
Inside Mojo Bicycle Cafe.
A bit of skateboard art on display at SF Skate Club.
Cane Sugaring Studio brought in some new faces.
A charity-minded mobile boutique, OneMama, pulled up in front of Fly Bar. 
The folks at Topo Designs were having a good time. | Photo: Stephen Jackson/Hoodline
A Bar 821 patron takes in some culture. 
Club Waziema had a live band rockin' in the back. 
As always, Madrone was holding down the fort with art and cocktails.

Were you out last night? What did you think about about the revamped event? Let us know in the comments.

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