Tuesday, November 29, 2016

RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016

RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts

In July 2016, Art Whino returned to Richmond for its final round of The Richmond Mural Project, realizing their goal of 100 murals and helping to establish Richmond as a major art destination for tourists.



RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
Waone of Interesni Kazki 115 E. Main Street
As has become a personal tradition, I trekked to Richmond to photograph the new murals. I made my route based on the event info, which ended up being different than the actual mural locations, so I missed two Jason Woodside murals (at 807 Oliver Hill Way and 3436 Ellwood Ave) and spent a lot of time at several locations without any murals at all.
RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
Naturel 11 S. Foushee St.


RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
Marka27 6 W Cary St.

RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
Marka27 6 W Cary St. (Detail)

RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
Jade 609 Idlewood 

RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
Jacob Eveland 8 N. Plum Street

RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
ASVP 2315 W. Main St.

RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
Taylor White 2614 W. Cary Street

RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
Taylor White 2614 W. Cary Street

RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
Taylor White 2614 W. Cary Street
How cool is this Taylor White Mural that stretches across five different walls?! I had a hard time photographing all of it, but there's a pretty great shot of it on her website.
RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
Jacob Eveland 414 N. Second St

RVA Street Art: Richmond Mural Project 2016 | Yeti Crafts
Vero Rivera 934 W. Grace St.
A gorgeous mural by Handiedan in Shockoe Bottom was created using materials that didn't tolerate the 100+ degree heat over the summer.  I also missed a third Jacob Eveland piece (at 521 N. Adams St.) that was totally my bad.

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