Mark Ferreira gives a hearty Greeting from Jacksonville in the Alley in Downtown Jax.
Cal Oglesby covers a wall on the Norm to showcase the charm of both the bar and the neighborhood.
Shaun Thurston creates more vibrant art that pops off the wall on the new Burrito Gallery in Brooklyn.
Artists Kazilla and ER create a two-panel mural on the side of The Hourglass Pub in Downtown, thanks to the organization of The Elbow.
A business owner in Riverside had their window vandalized after putting up a Donald Trump political banner. The neighborhood has their own mixed reactions to the public work.
Your Instagram recap of #JaxMurals for the week of 12/18/15, featuring public posts from @sbrgs_art, @wermstwo, and @caroneats
Thurston comments about the relationship between man and nature on the side of this building on East Adams St.
David Nackashi created a second mural at Brooklyn Station. See the original photograph and explore the mural in context.
Shaun Thurston’s mural of Crystals on Forsyth St will soon be painted black. Here’s why, and what it could look like.
This public word painting is providing a catch phrase for some on the West Side, hoping to rally a movement against corporate oppression. Are corporations really the problem?