Street Murals by Duser seen at 1112 Howard Street, SoMa, San Francisco - Dekay Mural

Dekay Mural

Duser collaborated with Krystal Lauk in creating this beautiful artwork at 1112 Howard Street, SoMa called Dekay. It is a whimsical painting made using aerosol, latex, acrylic and enamel that says to stay strong amid trying circumstances. It depicts a boy who is barely hanging on a balloon string in a space with an overturned piano, broken chairs, and a skeletal ghost that might be trying to get to him. This piece sends a clear message of Hope.

Meet the Creator

"Visual Art has been a long-standing passion for Duser. His distinct style is heavily influenced and rooted in street art, illustration and graphic design. While active in the graffiti world he attended Whittier College on an art scholarship, followed by an MA program at NYU and a Post Baccalaureate program at the San Francisco Art Institute. Upon completion at SFAI, Duser realized the true beauty of San Francisco. He set up a home base and studio where he continues to work. His work can be seen in many major cities throughout the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe. From outdoor murals to cafe's, restaurants, nightclubs, galleries and the odd museum appearance."

Available for commission/custom work