Flanagan's Moving and Painting is a professional labor and trucking organization based in San Francisco and New York. We are creatives who are also masters in the art of the move.
From painters and photographers to musicians and mountaineers, our job lets us pursue our passions as well as enjoy working together.
You hire us to do the heavy lifting, navigate the tight corners, and to protect both your furniture and walls.
We run our van on biodiesel and try to be an environmentally sustainable business in San Francisco. You can also find us in Oakland, Marin, the Peninsula, and beyond. Be sure to checkout our What's New page for the latest on our involvement in Bay Area Arts
Matt is a full-time artist and illustrator from Michigan. His latest illustrations can be found in "Occultation" by Laird Barron. We are looking forward to his new website
Tom Flanagan (Painter) martial artist
Mikes Langdon (Composer/Musician)
Mike may have three spoke-vortex arms and five scorpion-tails, but that doesn't mean he's a mutant. And even if he is a mutant, it doesn't mean that hhe can't rap. And even if he can't rap, it's only because he's a mutant. So, don't be froibled by the tracktality of his mutanitionality. Only one but always more...
Ehren Borg (Musician/Writer)
Borg was lost at sea in 1924 where he learned the delicate art of moving at an early age. Since landfall, he has gone on to receive a degree in Philosophy and History from Indiana University, a curiously landlocked place. After completion of his studies, Borg has taken on the guise of professional hobo and minstrel, traveling the world in wonderment at all the stuff out there. Currently a freelance writer and a long-suffering musician, he continues to write original material based on old Star Trek episodes and pathological robots. With a decade of San Francisco moving experience behind him he's happy to be on the move about the country at the moment.
Eric is a young buck bay area native and a full-time Art Education major at SFSU. You can usually find him skateboarding around your neighborhood causing a ruckus or just painting at home. His knowledge of the Wu-Tang sword style plays a significant role in his moving technique. "Each job is like a game of chess, you must think first, before you move."
Nathan Dingley (Furniture Maker)
Eric Collins (Painter)
Matt Jaffe (Painter)