San Francisco’s Mission District is known for its many colorful murals, and last month one wall suddenly shone brighter than all the others.

“Bluerain” is a work of art by Michael Brown that became an unexpected landmark near 16th and Mission streets. To learn more about it, click below to listen.

To see photos and video of “Bluerain,” hit play or scroll across the VuVox collage below.

See “Bluerain” in the parking lot of Mission National Bank through March. The dedication at the London School of Economics is slated for this summer.

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  1. my dear godson!
    I’m here at my NARFE friends, Forney and Kay, showing them Bluerain, and, of course telling them about you.
    Hopeyou are well.
    Please take care; remember to breathe.
    I received your phone call; will respond more later.


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