The new mural of a scooter near 500 West and 300 South and of the phrase 'One time in Provo' near 200 West and Center Street have added another few pops of color and life to downtown Provo. But they aren't the only mural decorating the city.
Here are 20 murals in Provo to enjoy as you stroll through the city.
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'One time in Provo'
Provo is home not only to a major university, but also a wide variety of start-ups and businesses. Plenty happens in the bustling city, and if you're creating your own memories here, you can document it with a brand new mural located next to the Utah Valley Convention Center near 200 West and Center Street that says "One time in Provo."
The TV superstar is immortalized in all her glory on an apartment facade near 150 S. 100 West.
The Vitruvian Man
Painted on a garage near 150 S. 100 West is Da Vinci's Vitruvian Man.
The perpetually renamed storefront at 500 N. 200 West, currently named Joe's, has its own mural decorating the side of its space.
The History of Provo
From the arrival of the pioneers to the formation of the Provo School District, some of the biggest moments in Provo history adorn a stretch of brick from near Freedom Boulevard and Center Street.
When you think Provo, you think happy, singing dolphins, right? Nope? Well the artist of this mural located at 198 W. Center Street must have, as they added a pop of color and tropical pleasure to downtown Provo.
This mural is constantly changing and was repainted as recently as a few months ago. But the mural behind the restaurant, located at 45 E. Center St., always highlights important icons of Utah Valley.
Columbia Lane Tunnel
Biking through this tunnel under Columbia Lane and Bulldog Boulevard used to not be too safe. But with this mural, promoting community togetherness, it brought a sense of safety to the area.
Sweet's Hawaiian Grill
Sweets Hawaiian Grill in Provo previously was decorated with a beautiful mural painted by Vaimoana Litia Makakaufaki Niumeitolu that showed the color and beauty of Hawaii. Recently it underwent some impressive changes and now sports a series of highly popular island characters, including Maui, Moana, Lilo and Stitch. The grill is located at 711 Columbia Lane.
The man behind Apple, Steve Jobs himself, may be gone, but he's never forgotten, as this mural shows.
The late, great, Albert Einstein is the idol and role model of many aspiring young scientists and scholars, as is evident by this block art mural, located near 150 S. 100 West.
Another example of 8-Bit art, this scene from the classic "Duck Hunt" video game lives on near 150 S. 100 West.
So by now, you've heard of Pokemon Go, or you've been living in a nuclear fallout bunker. The Pokemon craze has been so revitalized, it's made its appearance in wall art.
Possibly the largest mural on the list, this mural was renovated in June 2017. The old mural depicted scenes from the neighborhood.
The new mural features items that are uniquely Utah like a Sego Lily, the June Sucker, trains, mountains and a beehive.
The Best Gift is You
Dallas Clayton created this mural on the parking garage in downtown Provo last December as a reminder to children to be the best gift they can be.
Gunnison sage grouse
On the side of a wall near Nu Skin’s office on Center Street, Louis Masai painted a group of Gunnison sage grouse, as part of his efforts to highlight the situation the endangered species and the planet are in.
Volunteers worked tireless scraping off old paint and dirt to create a mural of the Provo skyline on the building at 397 E. 200 North.
The Scooter Lounge on 500 West and 300 South in Provo is the premier home of scooters and scooter parts and accessories. And now, it's the home of a brand-new mural, depicting a scooter rider.
Just as Provo is constantly changing and growing, so it the wall art scene, with murals constantly being painted, repainted and changed, including these two murals near 150 S. 100 West.