I had the pleasure of visiting Little Five Points neighborhood in Atlanta. The area is full of street art and here are a few examples.
I really enjoy ekke_art’s whimsical work like these pandas. And just in caseyou don’t like it as much, here are some lovely dragons.
Illegalsquadmx did these incredible pieces last year in oakland Chinatown when Meeting of Styles ws canceled in SF and dragonschool invited the artists to come to oakland and paint. It’s pretty dope.
Dragons, obviously by dragonschool.
Here’s an oldie but a goodie from dragonschool. Inventive rabbit fish with some nice dragons too. Piece by Dr Dragon and Inkfiend.
I spotted this gorgeous new mural in Chinatown Oakland. Of course it’s a dragonschool picture! The geisha is by Steven Anderson and the whole piece involves ekke_art, groundspice, fgp_creative, and e47art.
Here’s more street art from Kaka’ako Honolulu. This was painted by @luckyolelo and Horishow Soul Signature Amitabha.
Here are a few dragonschool beauties from around Chinatown Oakland. The first is by Luke Dragon, one of the founders of dragonschool. The second was an original gold and black dragon and they went back and colored it in.
New World Mosaics is working on these lovely zodiac sign mosaics in the Pacific Renaissance Plaza. He’s completed two out of four so far. The Plaza is raising funds to create the final two. Give them a few bucks to create more art in Oakland!
This is my final guest city post from Seattle. I had a lovely time there and I really enjoyed the beautiful street art!
This is an electrical box and mural from the International District. This neighborhood has been the home for many waves of immigrants from different parts of Asia and has areas known as Japantown, Chinatown, and Little Saigon.
Here’s a piece by Dragonschool’s guest Tim Kojima. this is from last year but he just did another piece that’s canine to celebrate year of the dog. Stay tuned for that one.