Jim Prigoff – Shoot By Driving in San Francisco / End of Isolation

New York officially marks 100 days of the pandemic today and is beginning phase 1 of ‘opening’ the city – allowing a certain modicum of liberty in some circumstances. In recognition of this we are discontinuing our practice of titling our postings called “Dispatch From Isolation”.

Eon75. San Francisco, CA. (photo © Jim Prigoff)

We thought we’d celebrate by showing you new photos from San Francisco streets by a respected name in the graffiti photography scene, Mr. Jim Prigoff. He and many others will still continue to self-quarantine in the most conservative manner for the near future anyway, because if you are in your 90s, you still gotta be careful.

But you can still shoot directly from your car!

Yon. San Francisco, CA. (photo © Jim Prigoff)

“After two and a half months of staying at home, I ventured to SF to make an important pick-up,” he tells us. “I never got out of my car. I documented a few aspects of the trip which I thought I would share.”

We’re honored to share these new shots with the BSA family. Thank you Jim.

Signs by Laf. San Francisco, CA. (photo © Jim Prigoff)
Unidentified artist. San Francisco, CA. (photo © Jim Prigoff)
“Balmy Alley had a Donald Trump virus wall,” says Prigoff. Unidentified artist. San Francisco, CA. (photo © Jim Prigoff)
Unidentified artist. San Francisco, CA. (photo © Jim Prigoff)
Unidentified artist. San Francisco, CA. (photo © Jim Prigoff)
“I exited highway 80 near Richmond to close with the final picture, a
note of HOPE,” say Prigoff. Unidentified artist. San Francisco, CA. (photo © Jim Prigoff)
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