color therapy of perception_chor boogie

Grafitti Artist, Chor Boogie, has covered 1028 Market Street in San Francisco in one of the most amazing murals.  Caught a glimpse of it on my way to check out the Federal Building by Morphosis just down the street.

The mural is called “Color Therapy of Perception” and is part of San Francisco’s “Art in Storefronts” and “Street smARTS” programs.  The mural “explores the healing aspect that colors have on the subconscious and their conscious effects on modern-day society”.

The colors are so vibrant and Chor Boogie skill with spray paint is pretty spectacular.  I could have stared at it all day.  It’s a pretty mesmerizing mural and set of eyes staring back at you.  If you are ever in the area you should check it out because it’s well worth it.

a vision of color…..

The Artist leaves his mark…

(images by: vivien chin)

1 Response to “color therapy of perception_chor boogie”

  1. 1 Ahmad Majid December 28, 2009 at 3:13 pm

    😀 dope!
    it’s ill that the last image is a door, though;
    as if to suggest or invite lookers to enter the “terror dome.”
    thanks for sharing, fam-lay.

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