The artist fnnch has just unveiled his newest mural in celebration of the 50th anniversary of SF Pride, and it’s one of our favorites yet.
Located at the corner of Market and Octavia in San Francisco, the mural consists of three of the artist’s colorful bears.
“The first is inspired by the Progress and Philadelphia Pride flags, which include a black and brown stripe. It is intended to celebrate the diversity of the LGBT+ community and to emphasize The Center’s focus on inclusiveness, fnnch says.
“The second bear is based on the Bi Flag, and the third by the Trans Flag.”
The work has a special significance to the artist as this year also marks the 25th anniversary of his uncle’s death from AIDS. “Pride art as long as I have been making street art.”
With the mural destined to become widely shared on Instagram, fnnch asks that photos of it be tagged #SFLGBTCenter to show the Center and the community some love.