The guerrilla mural project was done in protest of the corporation’s relationship with fossil fuel companies.
Nuala Sawyer, SF Weekly, Nov 6, 2017
The Wells Fargo and Co. headquarters at 420 Montgomery St. had a colorful awakening Monday afternoon, as hundreds of activists armed with paint created a large mural on the pavement outside. The group successfully shut the street down around noon, and in the span of about two hours, painted a 35-foot blue and black “thunderbird woman” on the asphalt, with “Water is Life!” emblazoned across the top. Read the rest of this entry