It’s a sad but true fact that Portland’s car art scene is very vibrant.
Not only are there thousands of amazing and beautiful pieces on display at art galleries, car shows, and on the streets, but there’s also an amazing community of artists who are sharing their love for cars with the world.
Here are 10 of the best car murals around the city, and why you should go see them.1.
The Big Blue Bike Lane (Cascades Bikeway)A beautiful, colorful bike lane, this one takes the city by storm.
Built by artists in collaboration with the City of Portland, this bike lane will take you to the downtown core, but it’s also a great way to get to the famous Portland Art Museum, where you can see a number of amazing works of art on display.
The bike lane also features a large mural of a giant blue bicycle, which is actually a symbol of Portland.2.
Paint Me Up Portland (Kite, a Portland street artist)This is one of the city’s premier art shows.
This year’s show featured artwork by Portland street artists Kite and others, and the event drew over 100,000 people.3.
Cascadia Park (Kyla, a street artist and co-founder of the Portland Art Collective)This sculpture is a brilliant example of Portland’s eclectic street culture.
The mural, called The Kite, depicts a bicycle and a kite with a red light at the top of the bike and a white arrow in the background.
The red light signifies the wind.
It is a beautiful reminder that Portland has many styles of street art, from the traditional murals and street parties to contemporary street artists who create intricate, colorful artworks.4.
The Kite Bike (Aurora, a Seattle artist)The mural is one the city has to offer, and it shows off one of Portlands signature street art style.
Aurora is a Seattle street artist who has been creating works in the city for over 10 years.
The work is beautiful and unique, and is a must-see for all Portlanders.5.
The Mural of The Sunflower (Turtle, a Vancouver artist)Another Portland mural by Vancouver artist Turtle, which has been at the heart of many events in the community.
Turtle creates colorful murals that are designed to highlight the diversity of the diverse community in Portland.
Turtle also has a unique line of street furniture, including a bicycle wheel that’s reminiscent of the Sunflower, and a large wooden chair.6.
The Red Bike Lane and the City Bikeway (Rancho, a downtown Portland street)This bike lane is a great place to catch a bike ride in the heart at the city and downtown core.
The large mural on the right shows a large red bicycle and light on the ground at the bottom.
The light indicates the wind and the bicycle.
The bicycle has been painted in vibrant colors, including red, yellow, blue, green, and purple.7.
Car Alley (Polaris)Polariss was born in Portland and started his career in the art scene in 1994, when he was 18 years old.
He has worked with various artists, including many local artists.
The car alley was created as an art project by Polaris artist Raffaella and his partner, Mattia Ziegler.
This mural, which was painted in 2010, was the first one ever created by Polaris, and now is one to remember.8.
Auroral Mural (Aurelia, a Montreal street artist, and cofounder of The Artist Collective)A mural that is painted on a car in Aurora’s car alley.
The mural shows a bicycle, the light of the day, and then the word “mural” on a tree.
The tree is the Aurora logo, and was a major element of the mural in the past.9.
Car Gallery (Pasquale, a London street artist with over 30 years experience)Pasque is a London-based street artist that has been working in Portland for over 20 years.
He is known for his beautiful street art and installations.
He painted one of my favorite murals of the year, “Mural of the Wind,” which he created in 2011.10.
Bikeway (Auralis, a New York street artist/muralist)This one is a Portland-specific work by Auralis.
This work is one that is often overlooked in Portland, but is truly unique.
This is an artwork of the road as a city.
This was painted on the sidewalk of the University of Portland campus, a huge piece of public art in the Portland area.
This one was painted by a group of students in an attempt to give back to the community, and I really appreciate their effort.11.
Car Park (Pixabay, a Los Angeles street artist & co-creator of The Art of Portland)This