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Potrero Hill Neighborhood Print

Finally, he's using the crosswalk

made by theGRQP

Potrero Hill Neighborhood Print

Finally, he's using the crosswalk

$ 27 $ 30

The details

Before Potrero Hill became a gentrified working professional neighborhood, it was mostly uninhabited and used as pasture for grazing herds — 'potrero' means 'pasture' in Spanish, after all. Goats made up one of the biggest herds, and they grazed where the famous Goat Hill Pizza now stands. In the print, a goat stands on top of the hill, looking down on the city, like so many herds before.

Custom trimmed 13x16 print. Actual print is 11x14 with a 1 inch border, and printed locally on partially recycled paper. It can be framed using a standard 16x20 mat with an 11x14 opening.

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Returns:
If you're not happy with this item for any reason, you may return it for a full refund within 30 days.

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trade

'hood rats

locale

San Francisco

$27 $30