The unique aesthetic qualities of Potrero Hill have inspired some of the most renowned artists and photographers in the world. Artists and members of the community have confirmed that the unique look of Potrero Hill is part of the city's cultural capital and contributes to the community's quality of life and public good.

The following works of art take their inspiration specifically from the industrial structures at Mississippi and 17th Streets. The works remind us of what industrial architecture, sometimes dismissed due to class and cultural biases, means to a community with a significant history in industry.


"Tree Trunk Trio"
Henrik Kam

"Transience"
Michael Kerbow


"Cor-o-van Corner"
Henrik Kam

"Storytime on 17th Street"
Karl Roeseler

"17th at Mississippi"
Alison Heath

"Corovan"
Derek James Lynch

"Cor-O-Van"
Cecilia Welden

"Pacific Rolling Mill"
Cecilia Welden


"Cor-o-Pan"
Richard Louis Perri

"Rivets"
Kent Roberts


"Cor-o-Van Detail"
Henrik Kam

"Corovan 2"
Derek James Lynch

"Rust"
Trish Tunney


"The Museum of Entropy"
Fletcher Studio

"Mississippi and 17th"
Leslie Lowinger

"Late Night Browsing"
Karl Roeseler

"Cor-o-Van"
Richard Louis Perri


"Corovan"
Tommy Cinquegrano

"Scatter"
Trish Tunney

"Seuss"
Trish Tunney

"Judson Crew 1905"
Kent Roberts