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Help Bring Ozmo to the Tenderloin

John Vochatzer has been working to bring the work of Italian artist Ozmo to the Tenderloin in the form of a 3,000 square foot mural on Olive Alley in San Francisco.

Unfortunately they are having some last minute issues with funding a project of such scale; which includes lift rental, paint, and other materials and assistance needed to make this possible during his short stay here in the Bay Area.

They are just a couple thousand dollars shy of whats needed to get the mural off the ground, however time is of the essence. They have started a GoFundMe page where you can help the cause with a donation. Anything will help.

Thanks for looking and please help contribute to the flourishing scene of international outdoor art that helps bring liveliness to San Francisco and the Tenderloin!

You can help their GoFundMe page here: https://www.gofundme.com/27x9g5av

John Vochatzer has been working to bring the work of Italian artist Ozmo to the Tenderloin in the form of a 3,000 square foot mural on Olive Alley in San Francisco. Unfortunately they are having some last minute issues with funding a project of such scale; which includes lift rental, paint, and other materials and assistance needed to make this possible during his short stay here in the Bay Area. Anything will help, they are just a couple thousand dollars shy of whats needed to get the mural off the ground, however time is of the essence. Thanks for looking and please help us contribute to the flourishing scene of international outdoor art that helps bring liveliness to San Francisco and the Tenderloin! You can help their GoFundMe page here: https://www.gofundme.com/27x9g5av (1)

John Vochatzer has been working to bring the work of Italian artist Ozmo to the Tenderloin in the form of a 3,000 square foot mural on Olive Alley in San Francisco. Unfortunately they are having some last minute issues with funding a project of such scale; which includes lift rental, paint, and other materials and assistance needed to make this possible during his short stay here in the Bay Area. Anything will help, they are just a couple thousand dollars shy of whats needed to get the mural off the ground, however time is of the essence. Thanks for looking and please help us contribute to the flourishing scene of international outdoor art that helps bring liveliness to San Francisco and the Tenderloin! You can help their GoFundMe page here: https://www.gofundme.com/27x9g5av (2)

John Vochatzer has been working to bring the work of Italian artist Ozmo to the Tenderloin in the form of a 3,000 square foot mural on Olive Alley in San Francisco. Unfortunately they are having some last minute issues with funding a project of such scale; which includes lift rental, paint, and other materials and assistance needed to make this possible during his short stay here in the Bay Area. Anything will help, they are just a couple thousand dollars shy of whats needed to get the mural off the ground, however time is of the essence. Thanks for looking and please help us contribute to the flourishing scene of international outdoor art that helps bring liveliness to San Francisco and the Tenderloin! You can help their GoFundMe page here: https://www.gofundme.com/27x9g5av (3)

John Vochatzer has been working to bring the work of Italian artist Ozmo to the Tenderloin in the form of a 3,000 square foot mural on Olive Alley in San Francisco. Unfortunately they are having some last minute issues with funding a project of such scale; which includes lift rental, paint, and other materials and assistance needed to make this possible during his short stay here in the Bay Area. Anything will help, they are just a couple thousand dollars shy of whats needed to get the mural off the ground, however time is of the essence. Thanks for looking and please help us contribute to the flourishing scene of international outdoor art that helps bring liveliness to San Francisco and the Tenderloin! You can help their GoFundMe page here: https://www.gofundme.com/27x9g5av (4)

John Vochatzer has been working to bring the work of Italian artist Ozmo to the Tenderloin in the form of a 3,000 square foot mural on Olive Alley in San Francisco. Unfortunately they are having some last minute issues with funding a project of such scale; which includes lift rental, paint, and other materials and assistance needed to make this possible during his short stay here in the Bay Area. Anything will help, they are just a couple thousand dollars shy of whats needed to get the mural off the ground, however time is of the essence. Thanks for looking and please help us contribute to the flourishing scene of international outdoor art that helps bring liveliness to San Francisco and the Tenderloin! You can help their GoFundMe page here: https://www.gofundme.com/27x9g5av (5)