Celebrating Local Street Art

Explore 10 of the most unique and impressive local murals that give color and character to buildings around town.

Downtown Fairhope
Found in Fairhope on the corner of Fairhope Ave. and Church St., “Aboriginal Sealife” was first painted in 2003 and was later restored by Ameri’ca Jones Tickle in 2014.

In 2013, E. Allen Warren painted the front of Toomey’s off of Government St.

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Right before the Cochrane-Africatown Bridge, Labarron Lewis was commissioned in 2017 to paint the last known slave ship to enter the US, the Clotilde.

Greer’s on Government Street
In 2015, Devlin Wilson and Shelley Ingersoll painted the side and front of Greer’s on Government Street in Downtown Mobile.

Community Garden on Dauphin
In 2018, Devlin Wilson painted Barton Academy on the side of Downtown Mobile Alliance facing the community garden on Dauphin Street.

Dauphin Street Police Precinct & Police Museum
On the corner of Dauphin Street and N. Claiborne Street, Randolph Dixon painted “Hidden Figures” on the side of the police station in 2018.

Dauphin Street Sound
On the side of Dauphin Street Sound facing El Papi, Devlin Wilson and Adam Underwood created a beautiful combination of Old and New Mobile in 2016.

Dauphin Street Blues Company
Harlan Toole painted the mural on the side of Dauphin Street Blues Company in 2013.

Delta Bike Project
Various artists (including E. Allen Warren) collaborated on the Delta Bike Project mural on the corner of N. Warren St. and St. Frances St.

Alabama Contemporary Art Center
In 2013, visiting artist Kenny Scharf left his mark on the corner of S. Jackson St. and Conti St. with his famous pop art creations.

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