Smudge Studio’s side fence on 38 1/2 st. near Guadalupe.

Smudge Studio’s side fence on 38 1/2 st. near Guadalupe.

MAGA clothing store on E.6th 
Storefront printed by Louis Eastman

MAGA clothing store on E.6th 

Storefront printed by Louis Eastman

texasmonthly:

What’s good San Antonio? The Southside is looking mighty fine today. #daytrip #sanantonio #selena  (at S. Flores St)

texasmonthly:

What’s good San Antonio? The Southside is looking mighty fine today. #daytrip #sanantonio #selena (at S. Flores St)

Hiatus

In case it wasn’t obvious from the lack of posts (sorry!), Austin Mural Project is on indefinite hiatus. Its curator has done the unthinkable, and accepted a job in Houston.

If anyone is interested in taking over, please e-mail AMP.tumblr [at] gmail

The iconic Hi, How Are You frog has survived changes in building ownership and continues to endure, a little worse for the wear.
The frog, known to some as Jeremiah the Innocent, is the work of musician Daniel Johnston. It first covered his 1983 album, and was painted on the building — then record store Sound Exchange - in 1993 (following a boost in popularity from when Kurt Cobain sported it on a T-shirt at the 1992 MTV awards).
Notable frog incidents include: In 2004, students and Austinites scaled the walls in protest after a Baja Fresh chain bought the location and was planning to remove it. The weirdos won. In 2010, red graffiti was removed after some back-and-forth between Crave Sushi and the city over whose responsibility it was.

The iconic Hi, How Are You frog has survived changes in building ownership and continues to endure, a little worse for the wear.

The frog, known to some as Jeremiah the Innocent, is the work of musician Daniel Johnston. It first covered his 1983 album, and was painted on the building — then record store Sound Exchange - in 1993 (following a boost in popularity from when Kurt Cobain sported it on a T-shirt at the 1992 MTV awards).

Notable frog incidents include: In 2004, students and Austinites scaled the walls in protest after a Baja Fresh chain bought the location and was planning to remove it. The weirdos won. In 2010, red graffiti was removed after some back-and-forth between Crave Sushi and the city over whose responsibility it was.

Smudge Studio’s side fence on 38 1/2 st. near Guadalupe.

Smudge Studio’s side fence on 38 1/2 st. near Guadalupe.

MAGA clothing store on E.6th 
Storefront printed by Louis Eastman

MAGA clothing store on E.6th 

Storefront printed by Louis Eastman

iamaustinspace:

truth on lamar/ jan 2013

iamaustinspace:

truth on lamar/ jan 2013

texasmonthly:

What’s good San Antonio? The Southside is looking mighty fine today. #daytrip #sanantonio #selena  (at S. Flores St)

texasmonthly:

What’s good San Antonio? The Southside is looking mighty fine today. #daytrip #sanantonio #selena (at S. Flores St)

Hiatus

In case it wasn’t obvious from the lack of posts (sorry!), Austin Mural Project is on indefinite hiatus. Its curator has done the unthinkable, and accepted a job in Houston.

If anyone is interested in taking over, please e-mail AMP.tumblr [at] gmail

The iconic Hi, How Are You frog has survived changes in building ownership and continues to endure, a little worse for the wear.
The frog, known to some as Jeremiah the Innocent, is the work of musician Daniel Johnston. It first covered his 1983 album, and was painted on the building — then record store Sound Exchange - in 1993 (following a boost in popularity from when Kurt Cobain sported it on a T-shirt at the 1992 MTV awards).
Notable frog incidents include: In 2004, students and Austinites scaled the walls in protest after a Baja Fresh chain bought the location and was planning to remove it. The weirdos won. In 2010, red graffiti was removed after some back-and-forth between Crave Sushi and the city over whose responsibility it was.

The iconic Hi, How Are You frog has survived changes in building ownership and continues to endure, a little worse for the wear.

The frog, known to some as Jeremiah the Innocent, is the work of musician Daniel Johnston. It first covered his 1983 album, and was painted on the building — then record store Sound Exchange - in 1993 (following a boost in popularity from when Kurt Cobain sported it on a T-shirt at the 1992 MTV awards).

Notable frog incidents include: In 2004, students and Austinites scaled the walls in protest after a Baja Fresh chain bought the location and was planning to remove it. The weirdos won. In 2010, red graffiti was removed after some back-and-forth between Crave Sushi and the city over whose responsibility it was.

Hiatus

About:

We love Austin. And you can’t love Austin without loving the hundreds (thousands?) of pieces of public art that dot our city streets. Murals, street art, mosaics…we love them all and wanted to create a catalog of as many as we can. Do you know one of the artists? Tell us! We’d love to include information about the creators of these works and the stories behind them.

E-mail: AMP.tumblr [at] gmail [dot] com