Cool murals in Logan Heights near Chicano Park.

During a walk in Logan Heights a couple weekends ago I came upon these very cool murals northeast of Chicano Park, on the other side of Interstate 5.

I discovered this artwork as I walked around the old Webers Bakery building, which is now the home of community art gallery and cultural center Bread & Salt. After circling the historic building I returned along Julian Avenue to Cesar E. Chavez Parkway and walked past Calvary Baptist Church and the Revival Time Church of God in Christ.

The first five photos are of two murals on the northwest side of Bread & Salt’s unique old bakery building. You might notice the artist signature Panca, who has exhibited at Bread & Salt.

The following murals are in the alley next to the building…

The next mural, also by Panca, is on the southeast end of the building, where you can find Mujeres Brew House…

Here’s the front entrance to the building that years ago was Webers Bakery…

This graphic ode to the spray paint can is along Julian Avenue, at the north corner of the building…

The next two murals are on the end of one building at the Revival Time Church of God in Christ on Cesar E. Chavez Parkway…

And finally some fun artwork on a nearby electrical box!

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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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