Shine Mural Festival

For the third year in a row the Shine Mural Festival has taken place in St.Petersburg, Florida and has welcomed some amazing artists.  Featured in the post are just some of the large murals that were completed this September and reported by Brooklyn Street Art.  The Shine festival celebrates work from a range of artists and ensures that it is not only internationally renowned artists that get a chance to create by trying to retain many local artists.  That said some of the big names to feature this year include Axel Void with a continuing of his famous work in Atlanta, Australian artist The Yok, Sheryo, Hueman, Jujmo, Joram Roukes, Cryptic and many more.  Browse to the bottom of the post for links to the photographer and more information on Brooklyn Street Art.

Jose Mertz. Shine Mural Festival. St. Petersburg, Florida. October 2017. (photo © Iryna Kanishcheva)

Jose Mertz. Shine Mural Festival. St. Petersburg, Florida. October 2017. (photo © Iryna Kanishcheva)

Joram Roukes. Shine Mural Festival. St. Petersburg, Florida. October 2017. (photo © Iryna Kanishcheva)

Joram Roukes. Shine Mural Festival. St. Petersburg, Florida. October 2017. (photo © Iryna Kanishcheva)

Hueman. Shine Mural Festival. St. Petersburg, Florida. October 2017. (photo © Iryna Kanishcheva)

Hueman. Shine Mural Festival. St. Petersburg, Florida. October 2017. (photo © Iryna Kanishcheva)

Axel Void . L. E. O. Shine Mural Festival. St. Petersburg, Florida. October 2017. (photo © Iryna Kanishcheva)

Axel Void . L. E. O. Shine Mural Festival. St. Petersburg, Florida. October 2017. (photo © Iryna Kanishcheva)

Mikael B. Shine Mural Festival. St. Petersburg, Florida. October 2017. (photo © Iryna Kanishcheva)

Mikael B. Shine Mural Festival. St. Petersburg, Florida. October 2017. (photo © Iryna Kanishcheva)

 

Big shout out to Brooklyn Street Art and fantastic photos by Iryna Kanishcheva.  Read more about the event here on Brooklyn Street Art.
Check out more great street art and wall murals in Mr Pilgrim’s street art blog here: street art and wall murals

MrPilgrim

MrPilgrim

Born to proud but uneducated parents who named him Mister after the many famous Mr's in the world. Mister flourished until one day at school a cruel child noticed that his expression never changed and he wasn't blessed with pupils like everyone else. Forever ridiculed for his blank face, Mister ran away from home to a poor life on the streets where he learnt the ancient art of defacing public buildings.

Leave a Reply

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!