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Jordan Kurland co-founded Noise Pop, a San Francisco music festival, 20 years ago. That's also around the time he started collecting rock and roll photography as well as artwork by Shepard Fairey. Now, his Bernal Heights home is covered with valuable pieces, some of which he paid around $20 for back in the day. Check out the entire gallery and article over at 7x7.
· Noise Pop's Co-Founder Jazzes Up His Bernal Heights Home [7x7]