Your Massive Guide to the Best Austin Street Art: Graffiti, Murals, and More: 2020 Edition

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Public art is one of the best perks about living in Austin. Whether the art is commissioned or not, you can find amazing Austin murals and street art all over the city. Alleyways, sides of buildings, bridges, even dumpsters — art is everywhere. Street art has totally changed the way we travel as well. In addition to seeking out historic landmarks and museums, visitors are now looking for the coolest places to snap a photo. Thankfully, we live in a city that has embraced street art and continues to expand it.

To make the discovery easier for you, we created a massive list of some of our favorite street art including graffiti, murals, mosaics, structures, and everything in between. With new art popping up every day, we’re sure you’ll discover new art on your own, too!



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Here are the Best Austin Murals, Graffiti, Street Art, and More!

South Austin

Greetings from Austin: 1702 South 1st Street

Case of the Mondays: Criquet Shirts, 1603 South First Street

SMILE! Even If You Don’t Want To: 1511 South Congress Avenue

Love From Austin: 1920 South Congress Avenue

Love You Austin: Kendra Scott Flagship, 1701 South Congress Avenue

Greetings From the Heart of Austin: 1400 South Congress Avenue

Willie For President: 1415 South Congress Avenue

I Love You So Much: 1300 South Congress Avenue

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?: 1415 South Congress Avenue

Downtown Austin

Love Will Win: Lavaca Street Between 2nd and 3rd

Peace Love Austin: 201 Colorado Street

Mexic-Arte Museum Wall: 419 Congress Avenue

The Only Magic I Believe in Is Love: 900 Congress Avenue and 5th Street and Congress (There’s also one located on East Cesar Chavez)

Do It Now: Lululemon, 1016 West 6th Street

Heed The Call: Howler Brothers World Headquarters Store, 1010 West Lynn Street

Photo curtesy of Howler Brothers.

Welcome to Austin. Do It – The Texas Way: Parlor & Yard, 601 West 6th Street

This Ain’t Our First Rodeo: Container Bar, 90 Rainey Street

Exhalted: 9th Street and Nueces Street

Astronaut with Pizza: Brick Oven Pizza, 1209 Red River Street

ATX Rainbow Sign: 5th Street and Lamar

Tau Ceti (Rainbow Corner): Brazos Street and 2nd Street

I Hate You So Much: Bungalow Bar, 92 Rainey Street

Writing on the Walls Project #1: Line Austin Hotel, 111 East Cesar Chavez Street

Writing on the Walls Project #2: North Lamar Boulevard, approaching 6th Street from the South

Central Austin

Black and white musicians: 914 North Lamar Boulevard

Austin, Texas: Planet K, 3700 Guadalupe Street

A Day at the Park: Shipe Park, 4400 Avenue G

Grotto Wall: Sparky Pocket Park, 3701 Grooms Street

Photo courtesy of Austin Parks Foundation.

Jeremiah the Innocent/ AKA “Hi, How Are You?”: 21st Street and Guadalupe

East Austin

You’re My Butter Half: 2000 East Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard

Black History Tribute: 12th Street and Chicon

MLK Tribute: Sam’s BBQ, 2000 East 12th Street

Pink Wall: Grizzelda’s, 105 Tillery Street

‘Til Death Do Us Part: East 7th and Waller

Lost in Austin: Lustre Pearl East, 114 Linden Street

Let’s Band Together: Whisler’s, 1816 East 6th Street

Virtue: Pedernales Street and East Cesar Chavez Street

Photo courtesy of MuralLove.

Cute Nail Salon: 1211 East 7th Street

Be Here Now: East Austin Hotel, 1108 East 6th Street

EARTH: 3220 Manor Road

West Austin

Rick & Morty: Kasbah Moroccan Lounge, 2714 Guadalupe Street

Love Is The Question, Love Is The Answer: 1115 West Lynn Street

Bijou the Bee: Hill Country Galleria, 12700 Hill Country Boulevard (Avery Orendorf)

North Austin

Rainbow Steps: Erin Condren, 11601 Rock Rose Avenue

Diagonal Rainbow Stripes: Sirens Salon, 4207 Medical Parkway

Love is the Answer: Viva Day Spa, 11601 Rock Rose Avenue

EyeJoy: 5209 North Lamar Boulevard

Sweet You’re Here: Kellie’s Baking Company, 5245 Burnet Road

“Austin Is Where My Heart Is” Birds: Eric Bramlett Residential Real Estate, 5202 Burnet Road

Love is What I Got: 6215 North Lamar Boulevard (Behind Revelry)

Austin Simply Fit: 5134 Burnet Road (this mural also exists at the 1621 South Lamar location)

Who’s Tiny Now?: Tiny Pies, 5035 Burnet Road

Looking for more unique and local art in Austin?
Spend an afternoon at these cool spots and make sure to bring your camera!

Featured photo by Dani Dudek/ ATXgossip.com

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Maggie Pace
A born and raised Midwesterner, Maggie made the move to Austin after falling in love with the natural parks, trails, friendly people and, of course, tacos. Maggie specializes in events and marketing, while having a strong passion for writing. Offline and off paper, beer drinking, soccer, and her dog, are her top priorities.
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