Austin is a landscape peppered with art, sometimes in the most unexpected places. From the now iconic “Hi, How Are You” mural created by outsider artist Daniel Johnston to the “I Love You So Much” script on the wall of Jo’s Coffee, Austin’s street art is as varied as our music scene. Below, enjoy some of our favorite examples of street art from all over the city. All photos captured by Do512 Head of Photography, Roger Ho.
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6th St Historic District — 6th & I-35

Gary Clark Jr. — 2208 South Lamar

You’re My Butter Half — 2000 E MLK Jr Blvd

‘Til Death Do Us Part — E. 7th & Waller

Run DMC — 1905 S 1st St.

Let’s Band Together — E. 6th & Chicon

I Love You So Much — 1300 S. Congress

HOPE Outdoor Gallery — Baylor and 11th

Hi, How Are You — Guadalupe & 21st

How YOU Doin — E. 4th & Attayac

Greetings From Austin — 720 S 1st St.

Bob Dylan — 2538 Guadalupe

Austin, Texas — 3700 Guadalupe

Railroad Bridge Art — 283 N. Lamar

Treadwell Street Art — 1504 Treadwell St.

Coffee Creatures — 1405 E 7th

Qui Restaurant Art — 1600 East 6th

Music Legends on The Drag — 24th & Guadalupe

Federico Art — 914 N Lamar

Love Is The Question, Love Is The Answer — 1115 W Lynn St.

Cisco’s Mural — 1511 E 6th St.

Junkyard Mural — 1047 E 4th St.

Wish You Were Here — 1224 S Congress Ave

Willie Nelson Statue — 301 Willie Nelson Blvd

Stevie Ray Vaughan Statue — 920 W. Riverside Drive

Congress to Downtown Mural — 5520 S 1st St.

Johnny Cash — 509 Rio Grande

 

This list isn’t even close to capturing the vast collection of street art that makes Austin, Texas such a unique gem. To see more, you’ll just have to get out there and start exploring the city. If you’re into this kind of stuff, be sure to follow the Austin street art collective SprATX.

– use the map below to find these examples of Street Art in Austin –