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San Francisco Street Art Tour: The Love Edition

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Attention all you black-leather-jacket-wearing, too-cool-for-Valentine's-Day-urbanites: We have a V-Day story for you that won't make you barf.

Because really, we love street art. And we're proud that San Francisco is a hub for talented artists and graffiti scrawlers. You might even say we heart them. Well, they heart SF too, because if you ever take the time to stop and look around, you'll notice an abundance of murals around town that have to do with love. So this week, open your eyes (and đŸ–¤) to our city's totally lovely and not-at-all-sappy art. Here are some of our faves.


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At Loving Cup, the art (like l'amour) is bittersweet.

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On Sutter Street, truer words never spoken.

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Feel the love—and get a MOM tattoo—at Frisco Tattoo on 25th Street in the Mission.

XOXO, fnnch!

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Give us a Castro rainbow kiss!

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#Lovewins at Kasa Indian, on the corner of 18th and Noe.

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Share something sweet with your hot tamale at La Mejor Bakery in the Mission.

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She loves you, she loves you not on Lilac Street in the Mission.

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Ok, this one is a little sappy, but we like it anyway. Thanks, Clarion Alley.

Well said by Wrdsmth.

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Chain-linked arm-in-arm in Alamo Square.

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