This large mural celebrating the cultural diversity of Oakland is under the 980 freeway on San Pablo Avenue and 22nd St. It was done in 1982 which makes it one of the oldest Oakland murals I've encountered. Street Tattoo is the name given by the artists. It's beautifully executed but in terrible shape due to long exposure to water runoff. I've driven this street countless times and only today noticed it for the first time. How is that possible? For more murals, click here, here, and here. I think a mural meme is in the works. Would you participate?