Murals in Austin

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You can’t go anywhere in Austin without seeing a cool new mural. Gather friends and family to pose in front of some of our more famous murals listed below. Hit up all of them or just visit your favorites. You can even turn the photos into your family Christmas card!

Greetings from Austin Postcard
Located on the corner of South 1st and Annie (on the side of Roadside Relics)

 

 

Hello
1102 Koenig Ln.
by Samson Barboza

HOPE Gallery
1101 Baylor

Be sure to visit HOPE soon as this gallery will be moving to a spot in the future.

I love you so much
Jo’s Coffee, 1300 S Congress Avenue

Jeremiah the Innocent (“Hi, How Are You”)
21st & Guadalupe
by Daniel Johnston

La Lotería
Located on the side of Cycleast, 1619 East Cesar Chavez

Living the Goodlife in Austin TX
Waller & Cesar Chavez

Love is the question, Love is the answer
Located on the side of Nau’s Enfield Drug, 1115 West Lynn
by Daniel Johnston

Smile! even if you don’t want to
Hey Cupcake on South Congress & Elizabeth

‘Til Death Do Us Part
Corner of Waller & E. 7th St.
by Federico Archuleta

You’re My Butter Half
2000 E. MLK Jr Blvd.
by Creative Suitcase

About the author: A native Austinite and soccer-playing mom, Nicole Basham uses her 10-year-old son as an excuse to rediscover her hometown through his eyes. In Thoreau’s words, her mission is to “suck out all the marrow of life”, or in her son’s words, to cultivate in him a love of adventures.