San Francisco City Prints

It’s no secret that I love San Francisco, so when I came across these SF city prints by theGRQP, I kind of fell in love.

 

all images © the GRQP

Above are a few prints from some of my favorite San Francisco neighborhoods.

I currently live in North Beach. It’s one of my favorite parts of the city, and I think the print is so perfect. I love that you can see Coit Tower in the background, and that it gives a nod to those oh so noisy but classic parrots of telegraph hill.

I love them seeing them all hung up next to each other.

image via the GRQP blog

The GRQP is a local two person graphic design team. You can buy their prints online here, or go and check them out in person at Leland Tea Company or Rue Du Thé.

Hmm… I think I foresee a new gallery wall in my future.

 

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LindseyApril 10, 2012 - 2:05 pm

Such awesome prints! Thanks for sharing! I really want the Golden Gate Park version – it will go perfect below our wooden Water Buffalo head ;)

-L:)

jeanApril 10, 2012 - 2:07 pm

I LOVE these prints!!! I live in North Beach too and the parrots of Telegraph Hill literally park themselves across from us and while unbelievably annoying, i dig this print of the parrot. Also, I checked out their site and really like the Marina and Japantown one. Maybe I’ll just have to slowly collect for each neighborhood!

theGRQPApril 10, 2012 - 2:38 pm

Serena, you couldn’t have made us happier today with your kind words about our prints! We are so glad you love them as much as we do. We are actually going to be in your neighborhood on April 22nd at “A Fair to Remember” with all of our prints (more than what we have hanging on Leland and Rue duThe!). The fair is in the alley between Vesuvio and City Lights bookstore. Hope to see you there and thank you again for the support!

SerenaApril 11, 2012 - 10:33 am

Thanks so much for commenting and stopping by! I’m a big fan of your work so I’ll definitely stop by “A Fair to Remember.” Looking forward to it, and keep up the awesome work!

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