Don’t you just love all the street art in Richmond?

Richmond, Virginia, has taken upon itself as a city to be inclusive of many forms of art, and that has manifested in colorful, interesting murals all over the city. These three are worth checking out next time you’re in town.

Andrew Helm Mural

This mural resembles almost a spirit-like woman and feels cool, edgy, and urban against its parking lot setting. Everything feels a bit abstract, and the colors blend together. It’s great for an outfit snap for Instagram or just on its own. Find it at 14 S. 15th Street. [caption id="attachment_9871" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]murals Courtesy of[/caption]

Aryz Mural

Aryz has several murals up on the streets of Richmond, but if you’re looking for something particularly interesting and unique, check out the “food” mural. This mural features vibrantly colored fruits and vegetables. It’s unlike anything else, and you definitely won’t discover it in D.C. Find it near 117 N. 17th Street, by the Farmers Market. [caption id="attachment_9872" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]murals Courtesy of[/caption]

Ekundayo Mural

And if you like a piece of art that will make you think, but also maybe make you laugh, go take a look at this colorful camel mural at 30 N. 8th Street. Take a minute to observe all the details this painting has to offer, from the texture to all of the different shapes. [caption id="attachment_9873" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]murals Courtesy of[/caption] When you’re done exploring the city’s mural and ready for a coffee, here are three best coffee shops in Richmond. In Richmond for a weekend? Check out our guides for where to stay, where to eat, and what to do. And if you want to check out some cool murals in Washington, D.C., start here and here. What do you think? Do you know of other murals in Richmond that are worth checking out? Feel free to upload your photos in the comments!

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