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Public art is one of the best perks about living in Austin. Alleyways, sides of buildings, bridges, even dumpsters — art is everywhere in the ATX. Looking to take pictures with some of the best? We’re breaking down each area of town, highlighting the best Austin street art in each neighborhood so you can plan the perfect day trip to snap the most instagrammable art. With new art popping up every day, we’re sure you’ll discover new art on your own, too!
Here’s the Best Austin Street Art in South Austin!
Greetings from Austin: 1702 South 1st Street
Case of the Mondays: Criquet Shirts, 1603 South First Street
Mural by Amica Lupi: 1816 S 1st Street
SMILE! Even If You Don’t Want To: 1511 South Congress Avenue
SOCO: Hudson’s Meats, 1800 South Congress Avenue
Love From Austin: 1920 South Congress Avenue
Kendra Scott Flagship Mural: 1701 South Congress Avenue
Greetings From the Heart of Austin: 1400 South Congress Avenue
Willie For President: 1415 South Congress Avenue
Aretha: Continental Club, 1315 South Congress Avenue
I Love You So Much: 1300 South Congress Avenue
Won’t You Be My Neighbor?: 1415 South Congress Avenue
Various Art at Southside Flying Pizza, 2206 South Congress Avenue
Welcome to South Austin: South First Food Court, 601 West Live oak Street
Various Art at Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop, 1905 South First Street
Farrah Fawcett: Salon Sovay, 2444 South First Street
Wash Ya Hands: Barton Springs Saloon, 424 South Lamar Boulevard
Merit Coffee, 1105 South Lamar Boulevard
I Heart Austin: Austin Simply Fit, 1621 South Lamar Boulevard
Eyes at Cosmic Coffee, 121 Pickle Road
John Prine Tribute: 201 East Riverside
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Featured photo by Dani Dudek/ ATXgossip.com