Urban art: The Power of Collective Thought.

Public art on 11th Avenue in San Diego's East Village.
Public art on 11th Avenue in San Diego’s East Village.

Just some cool pics of colorful urban art on a building wall in downtown San Diego’s East Village.

Neighbors painted many colorful tiles for this artistic creation.
Neighbors painted many colorful tiles for this artistic creation.
The artwork was conceived and applied to a building wall in 1999.
The artwork was conceived and applied to a building wall in 1999.
Diverse faces, names and scenes are assembled in a larger design.
Diverse faces, names and scenes are assembled in a larger design.
Hundreds of hand-painted tiles compose the colorful street mosaic.
Hundreds of hand-painted tiles compose the colorful street mosaic.
The Power of Collective Thought from the Urban Art Trail project.
The Power of Collective Thought from the Urban Art Trail project.

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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.

11 thoughts on “Urban art: The Power of Collective Thought.”

  1. Hello there! Neat artwork! Thank you so much for visiting my blog and following. I gladly return the favor and am now following you too. I look forward to looking at more of your San Diego sights. I’ve never been there, but for now, I will live vicariously through your photos. Have a great evening! 🙂

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  2. Hi there Richard, glad you stopped by my crazy blog. I lived in San Francisco long time ago. Wanted to go to San Diego or just move around a bit through California and never could find the chance. So this will be my chance now to see it from the other side of the pond(Spain). You seem to be having a blast, your working out since you´re on a constant move and then you get to show us the little things that tourist probably don´t go and see or don´t get the chance to see. This was great to see that a bunch of ordinary people that lived there got a little creative to say the least for their own building. I wish we could do that here in Spain. Nice meeting you and your work. And don´t understimate yourself, you do take good photographs.

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