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For over 60 years, New York photographer Harold Feinstein has been documenting American life from the integration of the U.S. military to love and fun on the boardwalk of Coney Island. His photos have been shown at the Museum of Modern Art, the International Center of Photography, the George Eastman House, the Museum of Photographic Arts, the Musee d’Art Moderne, and the Museum for the City of New York, among other places of note.Now a group of Feinstein’s supporters are raising funds to publish a hardcover retrospective of his classic black-and-white photographs.
And lucky for us, we have a sneak preview of some of the images from the book here.
Los zapatistas en San Francisco!
Huge mural painting between Chinatown and Little Italy, on Colombus Ave representing the Chapas area in Mexico controlled by the Zapatistas movement.
American crazyness about dogs, this signal is just the perfect sum’up!
Very good “jeu de mots” referring to the “sans-culotte”, the militants of the French revolution.

Click the link to know more about them..

By the way, the French touch is a good marketing strategy to improve sales in US!
Sticker for the liberation of wikileak’s source found in the public bathrooms of an art gallery!

There is a huge movement trying to get his freedom.
Why a parking for bike?

I usually park mine wherever I want around the city! That’s THE thing for having a bike..
Welcome to the weapon country!

Fun sticker found on an old Ford Mustang, most famous american sports car!
Playground area, funny signal!
Don’t be a sheep! Do what inspire you!

It is a good mojo for here, so close to the silicon valley and the entrepreneurial spirit! Make your own and do great!
Welcome in SF!

By the way, this bridge is completly unknown compare to the red one you all know, but is at least as impressive as the its big brother!
Pizza’s Angel in Little Italy, San Francisco, USA
Funny way to prevent people from polluting.

Does putting an image of animal have more impact on people? I would believe so…
Ben&jerry’s: the coolest ice-cream brand?

Or just a marketing strategy to improve sales?

(Maybe both ;)
Nice graffiti near Alamo square in San Francisco.

Have you seen “exit through the gift shop” of Banksy, the world wide most known street artist?
Street art in San Francisco, everywhere in the city!