Kapow! What an explosion all over this van.
Here’s a new beauty from Kiss My Black Arts Collective and Natty Rebel. I swear I’m not favoring Natty Rebel right now, he’s just been prolific lately!!
The face and hand below are from math_dis. He’s done some other faces close to this on San Pablo Ave. These pics are different sides of this triangular building on San Pablo in West Oakland.
This is a landmark from @vogue_tdk over on Mandela Parkway.
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.
What an elegant mural of apsara in Oakland Chinatown. Another Dragonschool mural painted by e47art.
Here are more of the lovely images painted as part of the Bay Area Mural Festival. Sidemuestro painted some of these pictures, although not all. Fred Alvarado painted the house on legs.
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.
I promised that the next post would be the rest of this brought mural, around the corner. Here it is, most is by All Cities Murals and the tags are from UTI.
Go Wildcats! Here are electrical boxes and garbage cans from the Eastlake neighborhood, up near Highland Hospital.
Taggers have been hard at work on this bridge. For those of you who don’t know, it’s a tradition in the graffiti world to try and access the most remote and hard to get to spots. And when you do get there, you tag your name to prove you were there. Imagine taggers climbing all over this bridge structure to reach each place where there’s graffiti.