The 2019 SHINE Mural Festival welcomed artists from Tampa Bay, from across the US and around the world to create new public art in downtown St. Petersburg.
Highlights include partnerships with Lego artist Jay Hoff and a team of LGBTQ+ volunteers, the Gibbs High Mural Club joining local Boys and Girls Clubs members to adorn the historic Royal Theatre, and internationally-acclaimed street artist and TED Prize winner JR’s collage of diverse St. Pete faces, part of a global project called Inside Out.
Keep an eye out for these new works – and a dozen signal boxes by Tampa Bay artists.
Find out more here.
Photos by Edel Mohr. . . click to enlarge
JR – Inside Out
2788 Fairfield Ave S @jr
(currently closed for construction)
Brian McAlister, Gibbs High Mural Club and Boys & Girls Club Members
1011 22nd St S @gibbs_mural_club
500 24th St S @palehorse
2038 1st Ave S @SHOK_1
301 20th St S @vitalebros
1833 1st Ave S @paola_delfin
Jay Hoff with Chad Mize and LGBTQ+ Teen Volunteers
2437 Central Ave @jayhoffworksinlego
901 N Shore Dr NE lueza.com
250 Dr ML King Jr St N @morningbreathinc
601 14th St S @george_rose
1720 Central Ave @tajfrancis
276 Dr ML King Jr St N @taylurk