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RESILIENT SF MURAL PROJECT

Resilient is the ability to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions. Our team, our community, and the entire Bay Area are connected through perseverance.

We first noticed Manager Gabe Kapler using “resilient” to describe our team’s grit and hustle, willing to battle to the final out. Resilient now stands for more than our team on the field. Resilient epitomizes the brave people of the Bay Area. The front line workers, the local businesses, the teachers, the healthcare workers and first responders that have struggled and persevered throughout the pandemic.

The San Francisco Giants commissioned a group of experienced local artists to find San Francisco walls to adorn with their version of “Resilient.” These are their stories, these are their creations.

Artists & Videos

Crayone

One of the recognized elders of the graffiti art scene in San Francisco. Crayone has been creating murals since the late 1980s and, even now, as a San Francisco firefighter he's still going strong.

Lower Haight at Oak & Divisadero (view on map)

BukueOne

Longtime artist, DJ, rapper and skateboarder. BukueOne has been writing graffiti across the Bay Area since 1991, starting in the days when SOMA was an industrial district.

Lower Haight at Oak & Divisadero (view on map)

Agana

A prolific artist with her roots in the Mission, Agana is a prominent Latina muralist in the Bay Area over a decade. She's travelled the world and back to the Mission painting murals to bring her vibrant, strong perspective in visual form to the community.

The Mission District at 26th & Mission (view on map)

Lost

San Francisco native and a huge Giants fan dating back to the late 1980s. One of the most active San Francisco artists, currently running murals in most San Francisco neighborhoods.

SOMA at 3rd & Townsend (view on map)

Kufue

A teacher and painter across the Bay Area for 30 years. Creates murals that speak directly to the local community, while incorporating local youth into the process. Earned his master’s degree from San Francisco State University.

Bayview at 3rd & Thomas (view on map)

Photos
The Giants wish a special thank you to Tion Torrence from FunnyMan Entertainment and Lisa Brewer from Mission Art 415 in securing the artists and wall space to execute this project.
Photos credit Randolph Bowes/Mission Art 415
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