With 47 miles of white sand beaches, a roaring restaurant scene, and near-infinite amount of natural areas to explore, The Palm Beaches hardly needs to paint a more perfect picture of a prime vacation destination.However, paint it does—along its walls, the many magnificent murals of Florida’s Cultural Capital tells a story of The Palm Beaches through vibrant color. Whether you’re looking for the perfect selfie background or want to plan your own mural tour, we’ve selected just a few to see while you’re here.
Wow-worthy works in West Palm Beach
Tristan Eaton’s The Spirit of Communication
West Palm Beach is the destination’s capital city, and a prime location for those seeking towering, colorful murals. The sheer amount of public art available to view can be staggering on first sight…but luckily, there’s a map for that! Here are some notable West Palm Beach murals for you to see during your stay:
Einstein’s Theory of Love by Eduardo Kobra. In the alley west of Subculture Coffee, 509 Clematis St., West Palm Beach.
Eris and the Golden Apple by Danny Doya. East-facing wall, 326 Fern St., West Palm Beach.
I Lost My Shoe When I Saw You by Lonac. On the corner of Quadrille Blvd. and Clematis St., West Palm Beach.
Larger-than-life style in Lake Worth Beach
D*Face’s Tough Love in Lake Worth Beach
Lake Worth Beach is the fresh, funky hub for The Palm Beaches’ diverse community of artists and creative minds. The city’s laid-back vibe plays well to its mural scene—take a look at some samples below:
I Have A Dream by Eduardo Kobra. South-facing wall of the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County, 601 Lake Ave., Lake Worth Beach.
Mural by Sean Yoro (aka Hula). Can be seen under the Lake Worth Beach Intracoastal Waterway Bridge (best view at Bryant Park).
Mural by Okuda. West-facing wall of the Lake Worth Beach City Hall Annex, 414 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth Beach.
Design on display in Delray Beach
Dancing Pineapples by Anita Lovitt in Pineapple Grove, Delray Beach
Delray Beach is a hotspot for arts, culture, food, and—you guessed it—murals! Though there are dozens of unique works across the downtown area, we’ll set your sights on a few highlights to explore:
Exterior Mural 3 by Rye Quartz. Can be seen at Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market, 381 NE 3rd Ave, Delray Beach.
Mural by David Paul Kay. 524 W. Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach. Photo by John McCall for South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Observations by Dana Donaty. North-facing wall of the Delray Camera Shop, 186 NE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach . Photo by John McCall for South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
That’s just a small sampling of the murals available to view here in Florida’s Cultural Capital! If you’re here to visit and take a selfie with these or any murals/public art in The Palm Beaches, use #palmbeachculture or tag us @palmbeachculture so that we can share. Enjoy your art-filled trip!