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A Guide to Houston’s Most Colorful Murals

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Colorful, unique and creative murals are popping up on empty walls all over the country and Houston is no exception. When it comes to vivid murals there is one person who knows them the best, lifestyle and fashion blogger, Carrie Colbert. Her self-titled blog offers readers in-depth guides to murals and hot spots in Houston and other Texas cities. Whether you use murals to guide you through exploring the city’s public art scene or for cute photo ops, here are our top 5. 

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#1 Biscuit Paint Wall by Sebastien Boileau.

Located at 1435 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77006 the former location of Biscuit Home, a local interior design store. This may be one of the most popular photo walls in Houston!

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#2 Greetings from Houston Mural by Daniel Anguilu

Located at Gelazzi3602 White Oak Dr., Houston, TX 77007. Make your own postcard with this street art graffiti take on the classic greeting.

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#3 Changing Language, Changing Worlds Mural by Dual

Located at The Printing Museum, 1324 W Clay St., Houston, TX 77019. Where graphic design meets mural art! The fact that it is painted on the side of the Printing Museum gives you two activities in one.

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#4 The Abstract Happy Beach Wall by Zosen and Mina Hamada

Located at 800 Chartres St., Houston, TX 77003. If you are in East Downtown, otherwise referred to as EaDo by locals, this is a must stop and very close to the adorable Tout Suite coffee shop.

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#5 “Your Outlook on Life…” Typography Wall by Ryan Hamrick

Located at the City Centre Lululemon Store, 800 Town and Country Blvd #100, Houston, TX 77024. Your daily dose of inspiration served up in Memorial’s outdoor shopping center.


Featured image courtesy of Maritere Rice for CarrieColbert.com.

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