So here’s more of the art from Sacramento’s Wide Open Walls Festival. This is by Kinetic Ideas. The next pic is from last year’s festival, and the last two pics are of a cool trailer that was there for the festival.
A series of pieces of art which were all down an alley in Sacramento. Some were in progress, part of this year’s wide open walls festival, while others are from last year’s festival. This orangutan made entirely from pieces of trash was the highlight for me. I’ve never seen street art like it. It’s by Bordalo ii.
Some of the other artists are Stan Padilla, tlcs, Josh Everhorn, Norm Ayles, Hugo Criegel, Tom Bob.
Here’s a dia de los muertos themed mural by Aik Brown. It’s in the Oak Park neighborhood of Sac Town which has really gentrified a lot. Nice that a local artist can paint a mural that speaks to the community. Plus he’s a really nice guy!
Flowers and plants squeezing into the space in Chinatown Oakland. These are by the same artist who painted the fence for The Lot in downtown Oakland.
This is one part of a really beautiful large building that’s completely covered with street art. It was painted as a part of the Bay Area Mural Festival. Pancho Peskador worked on this part of the building.
Seattle has a wealth of electrical box art, all along the streets by Pike’s Place Market. Most, if not all of them are painted by Todd Brown and designed and painted by Jesse Lown.
Aminalei painted this lovely cloth and flower fade around the corner in Chinatown Oakland. It’s so delicate, isn’t it? Of course a part of Dragonschool projects.
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.
These electrical boxes are from a field trip to Alameda and they celebrate Alameda living and green living. The first box is by Chris Rummell, the next by Clare Rickard, its called Strawberry Green. The last box called Alameda Living, by Delana Britnel.
A golden bear in blue for the golden state and the Bears too. Not sure that this one is by new world mosaics.