ALBION MURAL PROJECT

From 1999 through 2006, Juice hosted numerous art shows at the old 9th street location as well as our current studio at 16th & Albion. Back then, there weren't many venues for artist to show their work publicly other than the established galleries throughout the Bay Area. Juice offered an alternative space for artists to display their work and the shows become more than just openings, with bands and DJ's performing alongside groups of people that normally wouldn't be in the same room. An art community was being fostered that didn't rely on corporate sponsorships or exist for the mere goal of selling art. Many people were involved in making these shows a reality and our hats go off to you all... you know who are. As time progressed, other venues opened shop and it seemed ripe time for us to take a hiatus from hosting art shows.

The Albion Mural Project was started to give artists a venue for showcasing their work to the public. Rotating on a loose schedule the mural changes every season, giving the neighborhood something new and exciting to see while walking down 16th Street. Many thanks to The Kilowatt for allowing us to display public art in an alley that undoubtedly needs a bit of beautification.




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MICHELLE BLADE
Oakland based artist Michelle Blade has exhibited her work in San Francisco, New York, and a host of other international cities. Michelle is also the Director of the of the artist run store front Sight School.

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SERENA MITNIK-MILLER
Serena Mitnik-Miller is a San Francisco-based artist. She has exhibited her work in San Francisco, Venice Beach, and New York. She opened her own shop, The General Store last year.

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JESSIE HAZELIP
The title of the piece "La Pinta" is a slang term for prison. The bull is a metaphor for the prisoners, caged, held against it's will, swollen with fat and muscle. Prisoners are often treated like livestock, traded and moved through corporate owned penitentiaries. Gang colors and script are tattooed on prisoners who align themselves out of desperation for survival.

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SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS
After winning the 2010 World Series Juice decided to show our support for the winning team by creating a mural.

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JAY HOWELL
Jay Howell is a San Francisco based artist whose imaginary characters have graced galleries and exteriors throughout the city. This is the largest mural Howell has done to date. He's currently developing a kids television show with his characters.

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DON PENDLETON
In the winter of 2010 Don Pendleton came out to San Francisco to paint a mural inside the Juice office.

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CHARLIE CALLAHAN & CORY STAFFORD
A collaboration between Charlie Callahan and Cory Stafford where the two explore ovals as ellipses or "circles in perspective." The piece is titled "Ovalization."

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KYLE FIELD
Kyle Field's winter 2009 mural evokes large scale versions of the make believe characters he creates traditionally on paper. Kyle also makes rad music under the name Little Wings.

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HARRISON HAYNES
Harrison Haynes is a North Carolina born painter who also drums in Les Savy Fav. As a gesture to the site itself, Harrison chose to portray a minivan which is frequently seen in the area.

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NATHANIEL RUSSELL
Nathaniel painted the summer 2009 mural. Nathaniel is most known for his distinctively whimsical line drawings of figures, people and animals that he comes across in life.

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JEFF CANHAM
Jeff created a mural for the spring of 2009. Jeff lives around the corner from the studio and is best known for his delicate hand painted signs, doodles and patterns.

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BRIAN BARNECLO
Brian created a mural for the spring of 2009, incorporating his 60's inspired colorways, shapes and objects.

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ANDREW PAYNTER
Andrew is slightly obsessed with negative space in photographs and lines. This is from a series of landscapes along California backroads.

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MIKE MAXWELL
Mike created a mural in memory of juice's first unofficial mascot, Brett's dog Zeus. Rest in Piece.

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NICOLE ANDRIJAUSKAS
Nicole's Killer Cupcake mural was created in the Spring of 2007. The mural depicts a story of a cupcake creation gone terribly wrong.

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THOM LESSNER
Keeping in line with his rock inspired artwork, Thom collaborated with Isaac T. Lin on a mural featuring Danzig & Cronos from Venom.

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