Street Art in Austin: check out the coolest murals in Texas’ Capital


Austin is the capital of Texas and a young and laid back city. With a slogan Keep Austin Weird, you can already imagine how much the hipster and alternative crowds love the city. And with that, the place has several murals that reflect the artistic power of those who are here or just pass by. Thinking about it, I decided to put together this post with the coolest murals in Austin, so you can check when you are in the city.


Murals in Austin – Tau Ceti

Sprucing up a downtown corner, Austin’s tallest mural brings an impressive energy to the place. This multidimensional, gradient-colored work was named “Tau Ceti” after a star in the constellation Cetus that is similar to our own sun. According to the artist, the work refers to unity and diversity, creating a full spectrum that he believes is a suitable symbol for downtown Austin.

E 2nd St & Brazos St – Tau Ceti


Murals in Austin – Greetings from Austin

Perhaps one of Austin’s most photographed murals, Greetings from Austin is a fantastic art that deserves to be appreciated.

1720 S. 1st Street –  Greetings from Austin


Murals in Austin – Before I Die

The Before I Die mural is a bit hidden, but I thought it was a great idea to use this space for people to put what they want to do before leaving this life.

206 E Elizabeth St –  before I die


Murals in Austin – I love you so much

The I love you so much mural is strategically positioned close to a coffee shop, therefore you can stop by for a coffee break and enjoy a few clicks.

1300 S. Congress Ave –  I love you so much


Murals in Austin – Smile! Even if you don’t want to

Positioned next to the famous Hey Cupcake trailer at South Congress. Grab a dessert and enjoy seeing this nearby mural.

1511 S. Congress Ave – Smile! Even if you don?t want to


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