Let me toot my own horn and say, this is one of the best guides for exploring colorful street art in Orlando!!! Exploring a city, finding colorful spots especially murals has been one of my favorite fun things to do in the past two years. If you came from The Wandering Maven’s website welcome! The first five Orlando murals are on her website. I will include a link at the end of this post! Here are the last six colorful Orlando murals.
Let’s continue the guide for the 11 Most Instagrammable and Colorful Walls in Orlando!
What I love about the next 3 murals is that they are all in the same location, an art store. There must be about 6 or 7 right there. They are iconic to Orlando and were repainted around 2015.
Location: Sam Flax Art Supply Store, 1800 E Colonial DR, Orlando, FL Artist: Boy Kong
I love this mural because is a parody to the Morton Salt Girl packaging. And believe it or not cobalt blue, is actually one of my favorite colors. Location: Sam Flax Art Supply Store, 1800 E Colonial DR, Orlando, FL Artist: Unknown
There aren’t that many murals that include a lot of pink, so needless to say, this is one of my favorites. I wish it were larger.
Location: Sam Flax Art Supply Store, 1800 E Colonial DR, Orlando, FL Artist: Unknown
The Milk District Wings. This mural is one of Orlando’s favorite.
Location: Mills 50, 2422 E Robinson St, Orlando, FL Artist: Dela Cruz
Another tall and wide mural with super cute pastel colors.
Location: Across from BMC Mattress, 1243 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando, FL Artist: Andrew Spear
This is one Orlando Strong mural out of many around the city dedicated to Pulse victims. I love the landscape of the city and what’s funny is how fast it changes. There are probably one or two more landmarks that could be added here.
Location: Track Shack Garage, 1050 N Mills, Orlando, FL Artist: Track Shack employees
All Photo credits: www.facebook.com/josemercadophotography
I’ve had so much fun exploring Orlando and finding these colorful spots! If you missed the first seven of the 11 Most Instagrammable spots in Orlando go to Margot’s website www.thewanderingmaven.com. Since we have such fantastic weather in the fall, wouldn’t it be a great idea to go mural hunting? Please don’t forget to tag or mention the artist as much as possible on social media. If you know the name of any of these unknown artists, feel free to send me the information and I will update it here. Are you inspired to visit them yet? Do you know any other ones I should add to the list? Drop me a line. I would love to hear from you. Enjoy mural exploring and don’t forget to live the Cake Life!