Street art faces on 30th Street in North Park!

Cool female face on one side of a utility box on 30th Street in North Park.
Cool female face on one side of a utility box on 30th Street in North Park.

In the past I’ve posted dozens of street art photos from San Diego’s hip North Park neighborhood. But here come even more!

I spotted these cool street art faces (mostly human faces, that is) along 30th Street, between University Avenue and El Cajon Boulevard!

Enjoy!

(To see lots more North Park street art, look for the “Related” links at the bottom of this blog post. Or simply click the “street art” tag in my website’s sidebar to see hundreds of examples from all around San Diego! And, as always, feel free to use the share buttons! Have fun!)

Another face, same box.
Another face, same box.
A third red face looks down the North Park sidewalk.
A third red face looks down the North Park sidewalk.
A blue face with a faint smile. Minimalist street art by Alex Avila.
A blue face with a faint smile. Minimalist street art by Alex Avila.
A funny pink stretchy blob face covers its eyes and yells!
A funny pink stretchy blob face covers its eyes and yells!
Another side and another funny face.
Another side and another funny face.
Street lamp banners along 30th Street in North Park feature imaginative faces. Explore Art.
Street lamp banners along 30th Street in North Park feature imaginative faces. Explore Art.
There is certainly a lot of urban art to explore throughout North Park!
There is certainly a lot of urban art to explore throughout North Park!
Funny graffiti faces on an electrical box.
Funny graffiti faces on an electrical box.
More multi-colored faces on the other side of the box. And some fun figures, too!
More multi-colored faces on the other side of the box. And some fun figures, too!
Not a face here. Just a hand.
Not a face here. Just a hand.
A bare pink face on a painted mannequin. Abstract street art in North Park.
A bare pink face on a painted mannequin. Abstract street art in North Park.
The regal face of a tiger. Grand Prestoz.
The regal face of a tiger. Grand Prestoz.
Yes, even flying pigs have faces.
Yes, even flying pigs have faces.
Jumbled eyes, lips and faces in this cool street art at the Thrift Trader in North Park.
Jumbled eyes, lips and faces in this cool street art at the Thrift Trader in North Park.
Two funky faces watch people walking down the sidewalk from a window above a bin of CD's.
Two funky faces watch people walking down the sidewalk from a window above a bin of CD’s.
The face of a Belching Beaver isn't something you often see. Unless, perhaps, you drink lots of their beer!
The face of a Belching Beaver isn’t something you often see. Unless, perhaps, you drink lots of their beer!
Not street art, but an artful face in a window on 30th Street. This is VIP Paints - San Diego, a special studio where the public can go to learn and create art!
Not street art, but an artful face in a window on 30th Street. This is VIP Paints – San Diego, a special studio where the public can go to learn and create art!
The face of a pink flamingo painted on a utility box!
The head of a pink flamingo painted on a utility box!
Artistic collage on a public telephone includes the printed word, and various stencil faces and figures.
Artistic collage on a public telephone includes the printed word, and various stencil faces and figures.
Creativity can be found up and down the streets of North Park!
Creativity can be found up and down the streets of North Park!

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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.

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