Celebrate Birmingham’s magical outdoor murals (16 photos)

North Birmingham
Birmingham
Iconic sign on the side of John’s City Diner on 112 Richard Arrington, Jr. Blvd, photo by Pat Byington
Simply magical.

Earlier this month, Bham Now published a photo gallery with several outdoor murals from the Southside and Avondale neighborhoods of Birmingham titled “Tour of outdoor murals on Southside’s 3rd, 4th and 5th Avenues South.” That story was a follow-up to our September 2016 article “A Guide to your Fave Bham Murals.”

This past week, we went all out and took additional original pics of murals across the city that had not been featured in the previous stories.

We did not get them all, but here is a google map of the magical outdoor murals Bham Now has located throughout town.

Check it out and please let us know what we may have missed by contacting Bham Now at hello@bhamnow.com .

Now onto the gallery.

Welcome to the Neighborhood
Birmingham Alabama
It’s awesome to have you in Avondale sign next to Avondale Brewery
East Lake Neighborhood sign on East 59 Vintage & Cafe at 7619 1st Ave. North, photo by Pat Byington, Bham Now
Making a wish in North Birmingham
North Birmingham
A series of outdoor murals in North Birmingham Community, 2619 30th Ave. North, photo by Pat Byington
North Birmingham
North Birmingham Community mural on 30th Avenue, photo by Pat Byington
Love your farmer
Birmingham
The Market at Pepper Place, photo by Pat Byington
Breaking bread
Lakeview District Birmingham
Lakeview District’s Birmingham Breadworks on 7th Avenue South across from the VA parking deck, photo by Pat Byington
An endangered fish in East Lake

 

Birmingham, Alabama
Watercress darter mural across from East Lake United Methodist Church – Photo by Pat Byington
And a rooster in North Birmingham
North Birmingham
North Birmingham Ecoscape Rooster on 30th Avenue North, photo by Pat Byington
The Birmingham Promise
Birmingham Police
On the side of the Birmingham Police Headquarters on 1st Ave. and 17th street North, a mural of the Birmingham Promise, photo by Pat Byington
Empowering women
Birmingham
YWCA mural on 3rd Ave. North between 23rd and 24th, photo by Pat Byington
Bringing hope
Birmingham
Mural at the Church of the Reconciler, 112 14th St N, Birmingham, AL 35203, photo by Pat Byington
Keeping an eye on Bham
Birmingham
Mural on 1st Ave. North and 39th Street, photo by Pat Byington

Birmingham

Eat well
City Meats and Vegetables in Woodlawn at 5535 1st Ave N, Birmingham, AL 35212, photo by Pat Byington
Dreaming in Woodlawn
Woodlawn
The ballon mural off 1st Ave. South and 56th across from the REV Birmingham office, on the side of an apartment building, photo by Pat Byington

Author: Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.