On a hot Saturday afternoon, the celebrated street artist Aryz is perched 100 feet above Polk and Eddy streets as he paints a farm girl onto a Tenderloin apartment building. Below, two boys walking to the nearby KFC squint into the sun to gaze at Aryz's newest creation. Across the way, a clerk in a liquor store says — in between selling customers a bottle of whiskey, a pack of cigarettes, and some lottery tickets — that Aryz's painting is a welcome addition to the neighborhood, gushing,... More >>>