10 Must-See Murals in the Houston Heights
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10 Must-See Murals in the Houston Heights

God, I love the Heights. No denying it! I’m a lifelong Houstonian and the first time I felt truly at home (other than the House in the suburbs) was when I moved into a tiny townhouse of the bike trail in the heart of the Heights. So, I’ve somewhat dragged my feet on this post … Continue reading

5 Favorite Murals that Define Houston’s First Ward/Arts District
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5 Favorite Murals that Define Houston’s First Ward/Arts District

Listen, if there’s one thing a pandemic isn’t stopping, it’s my love for Houston artists! So many great murals, so little time. Let’s talk about one specific neighborhood — First Ward. I’m talking the little nook south of I10, north of Washington Ave. and sandwiched between Sawyer Street and downtown. The area is also known as … Continue reading

10+ Houston Murals to Visit to Celebrate the City
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10+ Houston Murals to Visit to Celebrate the City

Whether it’s July 13 — aka 7/13 Day, Houston’s birthday on August 30, or just another weekend and you’ve got friends in town, we’ve got Houston-focused murals for ya. Houston Graffiti Building’s collection Let’s start with the Houston Graffiti Building, shall we? May as well! This one is pretty much a one-stop shop for Houston murals! … Continue reading

NEW! Pandr Murals Celebrating Houston Brightens Up Downtown
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NEW! Pandr Murals Celebrating Houston Brightens Up Downtown

You heard it here first! A new set of murals has hit the streets of Downtown Houston. This series is the collaboration between Brookfield Properties and Pandr Design Co. and is brightening up our fabulous city and glowing with Houston love! About the Pandr Murals in Downtown Houston Commissioned by Brookfield Properties, the seven Pandr … Continue reading

The Blue (and Green!) Trees ARE BACK at Waugh and Memorial
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The Blue (and Green!) Trees ARE BACK at Waugh and Memorial

If you’ve been an observant passerby around the Waugh and Memorial intersection, you might have noticed that the trunks of the crepe myrtle trees inside the cloverleaf have been painted blue! The trees closes to Spotts Park (north east corner) are painted bright green, and those closest to the Dunlavy (south west corner) are painted … Continue reading