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.
Doesn’t this Dragon School mural make you think of 70s prints with flowers? But those were done in mustard, orange, and brown. These are much nicer colors, painted by e47art.
An eclectic and rich mural that is a collaboration of talented artists and producers. Artists are Stephan Anderson, Vogue TDK, the Kal, and Amaranta Colindres. Produced by Dragon School, designed by Anderson Gin, and thanks to Fuming Guerrilla Productions.
Theme is Asian images.
It was fun to catch Dragon School working on some koi fish in Chinatown last weekend! They were working around the cars in the parking lot.
And they were using a mighty stencil to trace out the fish before painting in the details. How cool!
A wall of street art that is a dragon school project done by several artists. Sv.vge painted the lady, guan yin, pesca and djalouse painted the green tagging, 2ac painted the lucky cat, and eugor painted the black and white bit and the train.
The green tags and lucky cat are gone now, replaced by another cool dragon. Dragon school is keeping Chinatown fresh.
It’s important and good to provide art to the next generation that reflects their culture. This is a repaint of a small storage building in the middle of a playground in Chinatown Oakland. There are always many kids from the neighborhood there, especially on the weekend. It’s a densely packed neighborhood with little room to play. The repaint was done by omaelmacasa and e47art, part of the mighty dragon school crew. Great job guys!
Here are more colorful dragons from dragon school. The first one is by eugor.
More cool street art pieces from the dragon school crew around Chinatown. This first one is by #stevenanderson_art and is a picture of #totora_explores. Golden tiger and a dragon from Luke Dragon, founder of the Dragon school clan.
Dragon school and Chalk Riot got together to do this cool collaboration in Chinatown Oakland.
Here are some of dragon school’s dragons, made fresh again with bright new coats of paint.