beams of color by Feral Child

Illustration // Monday, April 22, 2013
Feral Child is an Oakland based artist who's work has been popping up around the streets for the past five years. Influenced by folk art, activism, geometry and nature, Feral Child's work represents a beautiful side of humanity. Unconsciously adding futurism and a sense of 1950's graphic design...

In Between @ Old Crow Gallery

Street Art // Friday, February 10, 2012
  This Saturday, February 11, 2012 at Old Crow Gallery in Oakland, In Between opens featuring works from local artists Doodles, Feral Child, ATWA, and Jus B Cause. As stated in the press release,"When working together the work speaks of the future, reminding the viewer of our place within worldly folklore. Dream sequences of possibility, driven in self-discovery each artist is pushing life forward within mixed media offerings.  By employing native and primitive drawing aesthetics', they create a visual enema that re investigates mankind, the world's animal kingdom and universe itself.”  Sounds intriguing to us.  Go!

The Town is Weird

Street Art // Saturday, June 18, 2011
There’s a distinct and abnormal breed of artists painting in the Oakland streets these days.  It may have something to do with the aggressive violence or the unique history of the city itself.  What we do know is, Oakland is it’s own enigma.  Here is a Feral Child and Dan Bortz decorated truck.

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