File this under “Disrupters Being Disrupted.”
As Valleywag details in this saucy account, “How Quickly a ‘Genius’ Startup Can Tank,” the tech company that displaced Million Fishes Art Collective has been unceremoniously evicted:
Bloodhound had everything going for it. TechCrunch once hailed the tradeshow app as “genius” and Peter Thiel lead a $3 million investment round in the “blowing up” company. So when a landlord drove out a popular arts collective from its home in the heart of the San Francisco’s Mission District, Bloodhound was quick to sign as the new tenant. Fifteen months later, the company is out on the street and being sued for unpaid rent.
The visual evidence of Bloodhound’s eviction is clear—and comes from an anonymous Mission Local reader who submitted these photos via our Snapp link. (Citizen journalism’s working! Thank you.)