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12 murals around Charleston

Check out our guide to the many meaningful murals you can find around our city.


Check out this mural on King Street.

Photo by Tim McManus

We all know that Charleston has a vibrant art scene — and we’re not just talking about The Gibbes Museum of Art or Robert Lange Studios. One of our all-time favorite galleries? Charleston itself.

The Holy City is home to a number of meaningful murals. Today, we’re sharing where to find pieces that really paint a picture of our city.

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Photo by @allireneeart

Airbnb Selfie Wall, Chateau Avenue, North Charleston | By Allison Dunavant + Christine Crawford
Take a selfie at this floral mural located at an Airbnb near The Tattooed Moose in Park Circle.

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Photo by @allireneeart

Bodega/Sharehouse, 23 Ann St. | By Allison Dunavant + Christine Crawford
This nautical work of art is part of a larger mural depicted on the outside of Bodega and Share House downtown, two restaurants from Uptown Hospitality Group that opened on Ann Street last year.

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Photo by @kateblohm

R. L. Jones Center Mural, 391 Egypt Rd., Mount Pleasant | By Rachael Nerney
Visit this ocean-inspired scene painted by multidisciplinary artist Rachael Nerney on a 5-by-115-ft wall outside of the R. L. Jones Center, a recreation facility in Mount Pleasant.

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Photo by @chucktownmurals

We Are Mighty, Strong Women, 3320 Rivers Ave., North Charleston | By Janeva Tyree, Care in Action
This mural honors Black women Civil Rights leaders in Charleston including Mary Jackson, Anna DeCosta Banks, Alice Childress, Lucille Simmons Whipper, Septima Poinsette Clark, and Bernice Robinson.

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Photo by @chucktownmurals

Charleston Habitat ReStore mural, 731 Meeting St. | By John Reese, with assistance from Anna Chen
This artwork depicting iconic local spots like the Ravenel Bridge and Rainbow Row is painted on the side of Charleston Habitat for Humanity‘s downtown thrift store.

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Photo by @chstoday

Renoir Redux, 68 1/2 Queen St. | By David Boatwright
This mural was painted for Mira Winery on the outside of the winery’s Charleston Education Center and Tasting Room on Queen Street, which has since closed.


Photo by Brennan Wesley

Obviouslee mural, 654 King St. | By Jonathan Rypkema
This graffiti-inspired mural by local artist Jonathan Rypkema covers the wall at Obviouslee marketing agency’s Charleston headquarters.


Photo by Tim McManus

Hed Hi Media mural, 654 King St. | By Apexer, aka Ricardo Richey
Graffiti legend Apexer created this layered piece that reflects the community’s energy on the front of Hed Hi Media on King Street.


Photo by Tim McManus

Power & Glory, 654 King St. | By Shepard Fairey
This piece celebrates and critiques America. The artist, who grew up in downtown Charleston, is well known for his Andre the Giant art and Obama “Hope” portrait.

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Photo by @glizzyboysofcharleston

Best Little Deli South Of Chicago, 840 Coleman Blvd., Mount Pleasant | By Riivo Kruuk
Snap a “food in the air” photo in front of this mural by local artist Riivo Kruuk at Skoogies Chicago Style Deli.

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Photo by @girlswhopaintmurals

Lady on Rivers Ave | Rivers + Reynolds avenues, North Charleston | By Allison Dunavant + Christine Crawford
Find this colorful mural on a large wall at the corner of Rivers and Reynolds avenues by the creative team of Christine Crawford and Allison Dunavant.

Coastal Crust Pizza mural | 979 Harbor View Rd., James Island | By Amanda Williams
Meet Coastal Crust Pizza‘s mascot, Sawyer. This good boy is a member of the Piesner family, who owns the business.

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