Saturday, February 24, 2018
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Find every new Shine festival mural in St. Petersburg with this map and photos

The leaves don’t really change in Florida, but go outside and it’s clearly that time of year when St. Petersburg’s walls get a little more colorful.

The third annual Shine Mural Festival wrapped up this week as artists from around the world finished 14 new, urban murals scattered around the city’s core.

In addition to artists from Los Angeles, the Netherlands and Australia, this year’s festival featured five painters from Tampa Bay. The work by locals includes the 22nd St. Legacy Mural by Thirst and Zulu Painter. That one is still in progress, but will cover two large embankments underneath Interstate 275 at 22nd Street South and pay tribute to the cultural impact of the Dueces Live corridor.

Beyond the walls, a new addition this year was Shine’s Corner Canvas program which covered downtown traffic signal boxes in permanent designs, all by local artists.

There’s also the Outside In group exhibition in the Warehouse Arts District featuring a large, indoor installations by New York artists Yok and Sheryo, among others. That exhibition be open for limited hours for two more Saturdays.

A Tour de Shine bicycle tour of the new murals is set for Oct. 29. Here’s a look at all 14 of them, and where to find them for yourself.

 

Hueman, Oakland

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This mural is located on the side of Teknia Logistics at 155 17th St S.

 

Thirst and Zulu Painter, St. Petersburg

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This mural, seen in progress, is at the Interstate 275 underpass at 22nd Street S near Seventh Ave. S.

 

Stephen Palladino, Los Angeles

Eve Edelheit | Staff

This mural, seen in progress, is located at Benson Worley Architecture at 276 Dr MLK Jr St N.

 

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Mikael B, Los Angeles

Eve Edelheit | Staff

This mural is located at Deep Blue Fitness at 1123 First Ave N.

 

 

Lauren YS, San Francisco

Eve Edelheit | Staff

This mural is located at Bodhi Basics at 240 Dr MLK Jr St.

 

 

Daniel R5 Barojas, St. Petersburg

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This mural is located at Rick Noll Properties, 1211 First Ave. N.

 

MAP AND PHOTOS: See all the Shine murals from 2016

 

Jujmo, Tampa

Eve Edelheit | Staff

This mural is at FRSTeam at 1701 First Ave. S.

 

Jose Mertz, Miami

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This mural is at Hideaway Cafe at 1756 Central Ave.

 

 

Sam Yong, Australia

Eve Edelheit | Staff

This mural is at Hideaway Cafe at 1756 Central Ave.

 

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Suarezart, St. Petersburg

Eve Edelheit | Staff

This mural is at The Queens Head, 2501 Central Ave.

 

Herbert Davis, St. Petersburg

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This mural, seen in progress, is at George F. Young Inc. at 99 Dr. MLK Jr St. N.

 

Cryptik, Los Angeles

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This mural is at Cemex at 601 24th St S.

 

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Joram Roukes, Netherlands

Eve Edelheit | Staff

This mural is at Central Neurology, 2201 Central Ave.

 

Axel Void and L.E.O., Miami

Courtesy of Shine Mural Festival

This mural can be found at Rick Noll Properties at 165 13th St. N.

 

Outside In group exhibition

The Outside In exhibition will be open from noon to 4 p.m. on Oct. 21 and 28.

Courtesy of Shine Mural Festival

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