Harumo Sato, “We Used To Be Held” Mural

Harumo Sato

We Used To Be Held


277 Ellis
San Francisco, CA 94102

Photograph by Jay Jones

This mural was situated in the middle of Tenderloin, SF. To empower one of the most underserved areas of the big city where many people live on the street, I created this piece to remind that any homeless people were held as a baby, loved by someone and they deserve to be treated better. This piece is also dedicated to all women who hold and manage the possibility of life and death as a person who decides to turn on/off their reproductive power.

Generously funded by The Someland Foundation