These murals are a great way not only to beautify the city, but also to make it more inviting, inviting and ultimately accessible. They give the community a voice and allow you to stretch your legs as you explore Oceanside through numerous murals that turn otherwise ordinary buildings into public works of art.
BB Bastidas from Oceanside is a wall painter whose work can be seen all over Oceanside. BB first became interested in painting during a skate trip at the age of 17, which eventually led to him becoming a world-famous painter, sculptor, film, wall and installation artist who crossed the boundaries of mythical, spiritual images. His work often includes religious iconography, Egyptian symbols and cosmic patterns that are composed with a dreamy quality that evokes different types of interpretations in the viewer. BB has traveled the world and has painted murals in Paris, London and several other cities alongside Oceanside. Some of his iconic Oceanside murals include the breathtaking ballerina and shark piece lent alongside the Cadence Dance Project, the face of an emotional woman on the corner of Wisconsin Ave and South Tremont St, the talking piece for flying Pig Pub and Kitchen. the enchanting outdoor mural at The Pour House on the South Coast Highway and one of his latest murals the bright orange and yellow illustration on the corner of Fat Joe’s and Corner Market.
Another unique “O’side” mural is located next to the famous Wrench and the Rodent restaurant /The whet noodle. This mural was designed by the experienced artist and professional skateboarder Kris Markovich and shows extremely stylized characters with bright colors and graphic, angular images that seem to fade along the side of the building. This mural can be seen directly on the South Coast Highway and is an eye-catcher that requires a closer look.
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