Starting off the new year with some amazing press in the SF Chronicle's 96 Hours section. Thank you Jesse Hamlin for the kind words.

"About 15 years ago, during the first dot-com blast that unleashed a lot of money and greed in San Francisco, Megan Wilson started seeing a lot more people living on the streets of the Mission. And merchants and artists were being evicted from storefronts and studios on 16th Street as rents shot out of sight.

“The same thing is happening now, but on steroids,” says Wilson, an activist public artist whose gracefully crafted projects include various Clarion Alley murals and “Better Homes & Gardens,” her response to the 2000 Internet splurge and its fallout. The piece consisted of 250 hand-painted plywood signs saying “Home” — done in the font of Better Homes & Gardens magazine, with the “H” intertwined with flowers in the flowing style of William Morris — that appeared in the carts of homeless people and in windows of shops and restaurants threatened with eviction."

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