As costs of living continue to climb in San Francisco, many artists are finding the city to be an increasingly difficult place for them to live, work and create. Queer artist collective Feyboy recently moved to Oakland.
Dozens of chalk art masterpieces brightened Tasso Street during the weekend’s Festival of Arts. But, after 20 hours of work, artists saw their creations washed away so the street could reopen.
In this video, two San Francisco street performers share a funny and sometimes poignant glimpse into their daily lives as they eke out a living doing what they love.