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Written by Emily Malkowski

Published on May 14, 2022
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Metamorphosis #5 / Photo courtesy of instagram @kelly_galovich_photography

There’s so much gorgeous street art all around our beautiful city. If you’ve been meaning to see some of these masterpieces in person, it’s basically the perfect time. 

Whether you take a solo drive around Buffalo to get out of the house and preserve your sanity, or simply enjoy exploring the neighborhood from the comfort of your own home, use the guide below to check out some of the best murals in downtown Buffalo: 

Ready for more? Check out our guides to street art on Hertel, Elmwood, West Side and in Allentown.

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Main Street


1.  Diver and Sea Creatures 

515 Main Street (back of building), Buffalo

Artist: Chuck Tingley, Matt Groat, and Max Collins

2. Misuta Chows dragon

521 Main Street, Buffalo

Artist: Taka Sudo

3. Optichromie 

681 Main Street (behind Town Ballroom), Buffalo

Artist: Felipe Pantone 

4. Noodle in the Northern Lights

710 Main Street (on the side of Shea’s 710 Theatre)

Artist: Jessie and Katey 

5. Keep Buffalo A Secret

810 Main Street, Buffalo

Artist: Ian De Beer

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6. Metamorphosis #5

1665 Main Street 

Artist: Tavar Zawacki

7. Green Kaleidoscope

2303 Main Street 

Artist: Augustina Droze

8. Patti Smith & Snoop Dogg Murals

681 Main Street (Town Ballroom), Buffalo

Artist: Philip Burke

9. Queen City

1410 Main Street, Buffalo

Artist: Adeyemi Adegbesan

Other


10. Typewriter

468 Washington Street 

Artist: Julian Montague & James “Yames” Moffitt

11. Wildflowers for Buffalo

465 Washington Street

Artist: Louise Jones

12. Electric Avenue

300 Ellicott Street

Artist: Unknown


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13. Mcclelland Small Animal Hospital

455 Ellicott Street

Artist: Unknown

14. Greetings from Buffalo

461 Ellicott Street

Artist: Casey William Milbrand 

15. Walking Back Time

5 East Huron Street 

Artist: Logan Hicks

16. Buffalo Proper (RIP)

333 Franklin Street, Buffalo

Artist: Kristin Brandt

17. Big Ditch Brewing Company

55 East Huron Street

Artist: Unknown

18. Two Waterfronts

7 Scott Street

Artist:  Thomas Paul Asklar & Matthew Sinclair Conroy

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Written by <a href="https://stepoutbuffalo.com/author/emilymalowski/" target="_self">Emily Malkowski</a>

Written by Emily Malkowski

Based in Buffalo, Emily is a marketing professional by day, and a freelance writer by night. She is passionate about uncovering unique stories, and dreams of cross-country road trips, endless sunshine, and adopting multiple dogs.

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