A Complete Guide to Street Art on Elmwood Ave

City Guide


Written by Emily Malkowski

Published on December 4, 2019

Untitled x Chuck Tingley / Photo x Emily Malkowski

If you’re local to WNY, you’re probably well aware of all that Elmwood Ave has to offer. From bars and restaurants to thriving local boutiques and businesses, there’s something for just about everyone- not to mention the killer street art scene that only elevates the already artsy neighborhood vibes. 

Sure, you could wait until next year’s Elmwood Art Fest to check out all of the new murals that have been popping up- but if you want to do some mural hunting before then, we’ve got you covered.

Below is our complete guide to all of the street art on Elmwood and where exactly you can find it. You may just recognize some of the artists from their work on Hertel Ave – check out our complete guide to Hertel Ave street art or in other spots around the city!


1. Sun Ray Mural – 124 Elmwood Ave

Artist: Sun Ray


Untitled x Chuck Tingley – 300 Elmwood Ave / Photo x Emily Malkowski

2. Untitled – 300 Elmwood Ave (corner of Elmwood & Summer next to Just Pizza)

Artist: Chuck Tingley 


Wings – 463 Elmwood Ave / Photo x Emily Malkowski

3. Wings – 463 Elmwood Ave

Arist: Nicole Cherry

4. Lip Service – 716 Elmwood Ave 

Artist: Jon Eisenberg & Joseph Stocker


Forty Thieves – 727 Elmwood Ave  / Photo x Emily Malkowski

5. Forty Thieves – 727 Elmwood Ave 

Artist: Rory Allen


Yellow Dog

Yellow Dog / Photo x Jessica Kelly

6. Yellow Dog – 735 Elmwood Ave

Artist: eRic Luplow


ABC’s – 793 Elmwood Ave / Photo x Emily Malkowski

7. ABC’s – 793 Elmwood Ave 

Artist: Joanna Angie


8. Garden Walk – 831 Elmwood Ave

Artist: Cassandra Ott

9. Feast – 938 Elmwood Ave 

Artist: Bruce Adams & Augustina Droze

10. Welcome to the Iconic Elmwood Village – 1055 Elmwood Ave 

Artist: Michael Gelen & Bill Jankowski


1088 Elmwood Ave  / Photo x Emily Malkowski

BONUS: 1088 Elmwood Ave 

Artist: Christ Piontkowski 

This one isn’t quite finished yet, but it looks like it will be soon! It’s on the side of Half & Half Boutique across from Pano’s, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for it next time you’re making the trek from Mister Goodbar to ETS for obligatory late night eats.

Written by <a href="" 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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