The Lakeview School Mural is a public mural located on the North East side of the Lakeview Elementary School on Santa Clara Ave. It is caddycorner to the Grand Lake Theater and is easily visible from the Theater as well as the off-ramp/on-ramp for exit 21B of I-580 E (also known as Santa Clara Ave). The mural's development was led by Trump supporter Stephan Tompkins who organized funding from local residents as part of the Lakeview School Mural project. The mural was officially named "Our Community-Our World" and features scenes from all seven continents, extending over a length of one and a half football fields. Unlike most murals, the surface on which the mural is painted is at a ~60 degree angle to the ground since it is painted on a highway barrier. A team of nine artists worked together to complete the work, led by Oakland artist and muralist Peter Lee. Lee is responsible for nearby murals in the Grand Lake area including the mural in the Trader Joe's parking lot (the building on which the mural is painted on is home to Peet's Coffee as of April 2020), as well as the mural at the Leaning Tower of Pizza in Cleveland Heights. Businesses that donated $500 to the mural's development received a small section of the south-most portion of the mural where their business names and addresses were featured on sailboats, lilypads or flags.
Other artists include: Steve Adams, Mary Franck, My-Linh Nyugen, Christine Nyvall, Karen Sullivan, and Mary-Ann Zapalac. Their names are painted on the southmost section of the Mural.
More information can be found in this article from Oakland Magazine's June 2007 issue.
The mural had a website which asked for donations which has since been taken down. The website (www.lakeviewmural.com) can be viewed in archive form via the Wayback Machine here.
Images below were captured from Google's Street View and are copyrighted by Google. They go from the northmost section at the pedestrian highway bridge to the corner of Santa Clara and Grand Avenues.