Monday, July 29, 2019

The Street Artists and Vendors of San Francisco


Over by the Ferry Building in San Francisco, there are a lot of Street Vendors and Street Artists. To be able to sell down there, a person must have a business license and obtain a certificate and license from the the San Francisco Art Commission. It gives these artists a way to sell their work:





















The street vendors and artists help make San Francisco the vibrant place it is and part of the fabric of the city.

24 comments:

  1. Such colorful photos! This looks like a delightful place to spend an afternoon.
    My post features berries, blooms, and more.

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  2. Keep me away, i would want to buy much more than i need!

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  3. Oooo I want that Frida bag! I also really like the ceramic pieces.

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  4. I'll take one of everything! What a great market! #MLSTL shared on SM

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  5. Love the street vendors, Patrick it looks like they had some very interesting wares for sale. I'm not usually a market person but I saw some photos of things I would certainly like to look at. Thanks for sharing at #MLSTL and have a great week.

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  6. That is some interesting merchandise. Looks like a vibrant place to spend a lazy weekend at. Thank you for sharing with us on #WordlessWednesday, Patrick.

    Have a delicious week ahead!

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  7. It does seem to be a vibrant place with lots of colours.

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  8. Fun flea market ........ love the cloth bags!

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  9. Would love to be there perusing those buys. Looks like a fun day.

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  10. How fun. There is so much to do in the bay area. You do get out and about. Thanks for taking us along.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Patrick. ♪♫♪♫

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  11. I have been to this area and love it! So many vibrant artist with lively creations. I love the visual stimuli along with the great energy! Share on my SM :)

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  12. What a fun market very colourful too :-)

    Have a markettastic week :-)

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  13. Okay Big Daddy, I want the tye dyed shirt with the guitar, and I would like to have the picture of the bridge so I know where I left my heart hehehehehe, and ohhhhhhhhh definitely the bag with the unicorn (I so love unicorns), and see the triangle glass thingy's I use to have one a long, long time ago in fact, a little over 20 years.... I would like one of those too Big Daddy! hehehe Let's see is there anything else? Oh yes, nee I not forget the black purse (and I really need one cuz mine is falling apart), on the top shelf or the second shelf oh yesssssssssssss, with puppies!!! Oh & last, but not least the necklace that looks like wooden pearls. LOVE IT! That was like goin' shoppin' with my Daddy. I was a Daddy's girl you know & he spoiled me rotten & would always buy me anything I wanted. Woooooow those were the days for sure! Oh well, that was fun. Thanks for letting me prowl around. hehehehe It was wonderful. You're duh best & thank you for being my friend! HUGS! Hope all is well with you! BIG HUGS

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  14. My kind of place--I could spend hours there! I love all the different kinds of things that you captured, with so much to see!

    Your post rocks at 'My Corner of the World' this week!


    My Corner of the World

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  15. Oh wow Patrick! This is my spirit place! I loved it all and the vibrancy and diversity. Craft people are so clever and I love to see professionally put together stalls like these.
    Thanks for linking up with us at MLSTL and I've shared on my SM :)

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  16. Great shots! I love my home town.

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  17. Amazing array of artisans! We have similar events here in Australia. Pop up art markets,so many talented people :-D

    You're most welcome to join me in a cuppa.
    Jennifer

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  18. I visited San Francisco years ago, but only for a day or two and it really wasn't long enough. Such a fantastic colourful city #bloggerclubuk

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  19. Ein herrlicher Spaziergang und Bummel durch eine farbenprächtige Straße !

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  20. What a wonderful place to browse and shop.

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  21. Great spot. My favourite is the tie-dye t-Shirts. Far out, man!! #BloggerClubUK

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  22. Oh, I love those street booths with handmade items. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party, and have a great weekend!

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