Hugh Leeman Hits Up San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Thursday, 18 Dec 2008

Hugh Leeman really likes faces.

This Bay Area graffiti artist is known for his politically charged pieces on found objects ranging from "found" street signs to wooden palettes and kaffiyehs, the head scarf of the Middle East, as well as his street art.

His unauthorized contributions to the urban landscape have been found all over San Francisco, in London, in Israel, and on the Separation Wall in occupied Palestine.

As you can see, Leeman has been busy getting back up on the streets of San Francisco. He didn’t stop there, however. Check out his other new pieces right here…






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