Iconic 'Pinhole Coffee' Mural Lives It's Second Life As A T-Shirt

Iconic 'Pinhole Coffee' Mural Lives It's Second Life As A T-Shirt

Born and raised in the neighborhood, Amos Goldbaum creates intricate line drawings of San Francisco streetscapes. Ones that Pinhole coffee has come to honor on their wall.

The artist is most known for his murals of the cities neighborhoods done entirely in line art, Goldbaum said the coffee shop approached him earlier this year about doing a mural on its wall at the corner of Cortland and Bonview, and raised money from neighbors to cover the cost.

He created the mural around a photo of Pinhole's building that was taken in 1893. Using it as a reference point, he needed to get a photo from a similar angle that included all of Bernal Hill. But he has also referenced other view of San Francisco with his popular shirt line.

We know this is really short but we wanted to quickly promo these cool tee's, good art meets good intention.

// Shop the latest of his T-shirts here.

Photo via Amos Goldbaum

Photo via Amos Goldbaum



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