Mission Creek Mosaic

Photo by ArtAround. Posted July 2015.
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This mural-mosaic marks one end of the proposed Mission Creek Bikeway, a beautified path that intents to line the buried Mission Creek. The 49ers built a railroad on top of the creek when they arrived, and this mural depicts the 1860s bridge that used to be located here at 16th and Harrison.

This mosaic was commissioned by the Madrina Group, a nonprofit “working to make San Francisco’s historic industrial neighborhoods more healthy and livable through environmental education and urban planning initiatives.” It was funded by New Langton Arts‘ Potrero Nuevo Fund.

Fun Fact! The Mission Creek mosaic is 15 feet long and 8.5 feet tall.

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2600 16th Street

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