Photographic Print. Graffiti street art skull and roses mural, 24th Street in Mission District, San Francisco.
This graffitti mural of a skull and red roses was on temporary hoarding and is no longer there. 24th Street is a historic, tree-lined street, known as El Corazon de la Misione, meaning The Heart of the Mission and is the centre of a predominantly Hispanic neighbourhood, a colorful collection of restaurants, taquerias, fresh food, Mexican bakeries, beauty salons, markets, and specialty stores including Mexican Lucha Libre wrestling masks. Festivals and carnivals are celebrated, culminating with exciting colourful parades. Carnaval is the city's version of Mardi Gras and during November at the Dia de los Muertos event, meaning Day of The Dead, thousands of people come to the Mission District to celebrate their loved ones who have died. The images of the skull, skeleton and flowers are used abundantly.
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