Mark Bode in the SF Chronicle

Excerpt from San Francisco Chronicle article

“The 150-foot heavenly day facing Caledonia alley wasn’t the idea of the Episcopalians. The inspiration came from a nondenominational street artist who knocked on the door with a plan for keeping taggers and junkies out of the alley. It has been two months now, and no graffiti artist has had the nerve to deface it.

“My motivation was to do the most iconic figures and do it right,” Bode says. “We did it and it has a life of its own.””

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/02/13/DDQA1BRIVR.DTL#ixzz0fewVL40q

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  1. DAMN! Mark looks like he’s ready to kill somebody…

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