Richmond Mural Project

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For those of you who live in Richmond, it’s nearly impossible not to notice the murals popping up left and right throughout the fan, Jackson Ward, and downtown. Art Whino, a DC-based art gallery, and RVA Mag developed a project to grace the city with 100 murals created by some of the world’s top muralists over a 5 year timeframe. With year two underway, the city will be 20 murals richer in mere months. On top of last year’s 23, that brings Richmond to a total of 43 beautiful, more interesting buildings. The benefits of a project of this scale are all kinds of good – sure to boost tourism and foot traffic and, in turn, help local businesses thrive, while increasing exposure for the city by establishing it as a destination for internationally recognized murals.

I hit the streets with a Fuji Instawide in tow to snap a few photos of some of my favorite additions of 2013. A full list of 2012 and 2013 mural locations is listed below. Go get ’em.

Read more on Art Whino. Meet the Artists via RVA Mag.


2013 Richmond Mural Locations

534 N Harrison

2416 W Cary

2907 W Cary

2 N Rowland

2929 W Cary

300 W Broad

3336 N Boulevard

203 N Lombardy

2107 W Main

105 S Addison

821 W Cary

825 W Cary

2416 W Cary

807 Oliver Hill Way

14 S 15th

2103 W Main

535 N 2nd

205 E Marshall

1011 W Grace

2600 W Main

2012 Richmond Mural Locations

11 W Grace Street

9 W Grace St

1204 N. Hull Street

112 N. 18TH ST

1821 E Main St

111 N 17th Street

1506 West Main Street

1501 W. Main Street

11 S 18th St

212 W Broad Street

309 North Laurel Street

2400 W. Main Street

414 W Broad Street

2043 W. Broad Street

1711 E Main Street

17 W Marshall St

311 W Broad Street

110 N. 18TH ST

11 S 18th St

927 West Grace Street

315 W Broad Street

140 West Clay Street

Google map of 2012 and 2013 locations

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