Street art is igniting a spirit of creativity and adding color to Michigan’s cities. These plus-sized pieces of art are free and usually easy to access, and they are the perfect backdrop for your next trendy candid on Instagram
There are literally dozens of interesting and colorful backdrops around the Eastern Market area in Detroit. Before you get to snapping pics and crafting the perfect caption, drop by Eastern Market.
The Heidelberg Project was created in 1986 by artist Tyree Guyton. Guyton wanted to brighten up a vacant community near downtown Detroit. It’s a little weird and a lot of fun, and it makes for really cool photos.
The side of the Art Center is one of many unique murals around town.
There’s another large mural right across the parking lot on the side of Menna’s Joint which gives you a colorful option if skulls isn’t your aesthetic.
The beautiful piece is framed by taller GR buildings, making for an ethereal but grounded gram.
This mural, paying tribute to the SS Badger, will invigorate any muted account with its bright colors and funky shapes.