One of our favorite murals in the Tenderloin is “Flores del Tehuan-derloin” by Jet Martínez, at the corner of Larkin and Cedar. The mural was commissioned by the SF Arts Commission project StreetSmARTS, and currently is the only one in the neighborhood. However, there’s another one at 1028 Market in what many people regard as the lower Tenderloin. It’s really quite cool, and possibly one of our favorites in the city. As far as we know, it has no title, and it’s a creation of local artist Chor Boogie who literally risked his life to paint it. One more reason to love it (and hopefully not something that will discourage other mural artists).

Chor Boogie's mural on 1028 Market