More colorful street art in Pacific Beach!

Today is Free Comic Book Day!

Before heading up to Southern California Comics in Kearny Mesa for their big event, I enjoyed a random walk around Pacific Beach, my eyes searching for street art I haven’t photographed before.

Street art–any art that is seen while heading down the street (as I define it)–is often very similar to art you’ll find in a comic book. It’s usually bold, colorful, impactful and memorable. Whether it’s on a wall, sidewalk utility box, above a door or in a window, it’s art that quickly grabs and engages attention!

These images represent my walk a short distance north on Ingraham Street, then west along Garnet Avenue nearly to Mission Boulevard. Some of the art is faded and obviously years old. Some appears to be more recent.

Art on the street is ever changing, with a life of its own…

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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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