From boxcars to cinderblocks to adobe, walls offer a blank canvas for artists looking to express themselves.

Across the borderland, these walls are often converted into public pieces of art that depict community, people, a place in time or a sense of place.

From Downtown staples to new artist spaces, here’s a glimpse of some new public art splashing vibrancy, character and fun into our lives.

Take an interactive, mapped tour of past Art Spot installments below:

 

 

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