Where form meets function

Hugh Leeman is an artist living and working in San Francisco. He is self taught. He is helping those that go unnoticed and overlooked to be remembered.

At 18, he grabbed his backpack and traveled the world, hopping trains to see as much as he could. Three years later, he was in the Tenderloin for a six-month stopover. He’s not quite sure why he never left. Inspired by the work that Shepard Fairey and others were doing at the time with wallpaper glue from the hardware store, a world of possibilities exploded in his mind. via: The Bold Italic

Watch the video recently created to spotlight his social mission and hopes for the future of the Tenderloin after the jump.

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