A few cool faces in downtown San Diego.

Mural of Native American appears tattered on a modern building.
Mural of a rugged face seems tattered on modern building.
Unique image of human face on a building in downtown San Diego.
Unique image of human face on a building in downtown San Diego.

Here are a few pics of interesting (and sometimes mysterious) faces found in downtown San Diego.

Face of Andre the Giant high on a building near America Plaza.
Face of Andre the Giant high on a building near America Plaza. By artist Shepard Fairey.
Wide-eyed graffiti face on a downtown taco stand.
Wide-eyed graffiti face on a downtown taco stand.
Painting of female face by an artist near Seaport Village.
Painting of female face by an artist near Seaport Village.
Bearded face painted on a downtown San Diego building.
Bearded face painted on a downtown San Diego building.
Grinning monkey head on billboard in San Diego.
Grinning monkey head on billboard in San Diego.

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Richard Schulte

Downtown San Diego has been my home for many years. My online activities reflect my love for writing, blogging, walking and photography.

10 thoughts on “A few cool faces in downtown San Diego.”

  1. I walked around the back side of my local Trader Joe’s the other week and noticed my favorite TJ employee’s face painted on one of the walls. Very cool. I love seeing random artwork on walks. Thanks for sharing the above shots. I always love seeing the Andre painting. Now I want to find that monkey!!

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    1. I saw three different grinning monkey head billboards yesterday in the vicinity of the Gaslamp Quarter. I looked at them closely and there’s no indication of what it’s about. All I could see was a small copyright symbol next to the image.

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