I like taking extreme closeup photographs of San Francisco’s murals, creating what I call “The Instant Art of Instant Abstract Art” by reducing an object to color and line. Lately I’ve taken to indulging my mischievious streak by creating not-terribly-difficult puzzles for mental stimulation and enjoyment (I hope). Tonight’s puzzle features a new mural at the intersection of Scott and Fell in San Francisco’s Lower Haight.
I begin with the instant abstract art:
And now here is a picture of a section of the mural:
Can you locate each of the closeups within the context of the mural as a whole? Oh, and before I forget, there is one potentially tricky little bit. this is not the entire mural, only a section: one or more of the closeups might be a picture of a section of the mural that you can’t see.
Vonn Scott Bair