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The LOOP Mural Festival is a transformative mural project

Walk the Delmar Loop each day starting at 12pm and watch these local and national artists transform the walls into amazing works of art!

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The Vintage Vinyl mural has begun ❤️❤️❤️
Check out what @ianthepainter has started on the Vintage Vinyl wall in the #delmarloop. #loopmuralfestival

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Meet Ron English. Muralist for Vintage Vinyl wall at 6610 Delmar.
One of the most prolific and recognizable artists alive today, New York-based painter, street artist and designer…

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Cbabi Bayoc Originals (pronounced Kuh-bob-bi) Bayoc is an internationally-known visual artist and illustrator residing in St. Louis, Missouri. His subjects include family, children, music …

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Sherelle Speed is a St.Louis native that has been creating her entire life. She is a self taught surrealism painter That turned her passion into a business The Art Doll Llc. Branding herself The Art Doll…

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Vintage Vinyl Wall
6610 Delmar Blvd.
Ron English

One of the most prolific and recognizable artists alive today, New York-based painter, street artist and designer Ron English has bombed the global landscape with unforgettable images across all categories of culture, history and art. As a fine art painter enjoying gallery and museum representation worldwide, Mr. English is well-known for his stunning oil technique and inventive use of color.
Widely considered the Godfather of Street Art, he has created murals and billboards across the globe that blend dazzling visuals with biting political, consumerist and surrealist statements. Mr. English has also been on the vanguard of the booming vinyl art figure movement, releasing hundreds of unique and highly coveted collectibles that continue to fetch healthy aftermarket prices.
Publications featuring Mr. English include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Miami Herald, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, Art News, Time Magazine, Rolling Stone, Creem, Juxtapoz Magazine, Hi Fructose, Mad Magazine and many others.
Motion picture/television appearances include Exit through the Gift Shop, Supersize Me, The Simpsons, Work of Art, Street Art Throwdown, CNN, BBC, Sky TV, and many others.

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Ian Wilkinson, has established himself as a distinguished mural painter. He has left an indelible mark on the art scene. Nationally known for his cross country mural tours in an old 1940 ford. He has established strong relationships in numerous small town and big cities around the country.

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The Tivoli Wall
6350 Delmar Blvd.

Bringing paper home to her son, Clifford Miskell, Jr., for artwork after a long day of work started as a way to evade boredom and to occupy idle hands. Neither he nor his mother could have imagined that art would take center stage. Following his graduation from Grambling State University, where he changed his name to cbabi bayoc, he became a caricature artist at Six Flags. Determination to spend only a single season of enduring harsh temperatures and even harsher critics there, cbabi (pronounced Kuh-bob-bi) began studying various artists to define his style and improve his skill.

This same determination led to what has become a career spanning 3 decades. Today, cbabi bayoc is an internationally renowned St. Louis, MO based visual artist, muralist, and New York Times Best Selling illustrator for Good Night Racism. The evolution from Clifford to cbabi was fortuitous because he would spend his career working to live up to his name, an acronym, Creative Black Artist Battling Ignorance; Blessed African Youth of Creativity.

Acrylic paint, a flat brush, and an iPad have become not only his voice but his weapons of choice in battling the ignorance of prejudice and racism by showing the dopeness of Black people. His 365 Days with Dad project challenged the percepBon of Black fatherhood showcasing the importance of Black fathers in families and the world. More than a decade since 365, this self-proclaimed purveyor of dopeness, has artwork (including stained glass) in schools, hospitals, non-profit organizations, churches, and businesses around the world. In addition, he has had the honor of contributing to the work of Prince, Dr. Nikole Hannah Jones (the 1619 Project), Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, Chris Lighty and notable companies including Hydro Flask, Coca Cola, The Smithsonian InsBtute, New Line Cinema, and World Wide Technology.
Watch local and national artists showcase their talent
Renda Writer
6350 Delmar

Renda Writer is a “Handwritten Artist.” He creates large canvas “Handwritten Art” pieces for galleries and exhibitions and small “Handwritten Art” pieces for vending and “Pop-Up Shops.” His art is informed by his “former life” as a Spoken Word and Slam Poet, and the core message in his art is an emphasis on the power of words, and a reminder that we can “write things into existence.”

Alex Jove
6321 Delmar

Saint Louis based realist oil painter, Alex Jove, has been honing his fine art skills since 2010. Originally exploring surrealism and mural work in his early years, Alex went to Pennsylvania to attend an atelier called Ani Art Academies in 2015 to learn how to work in realism. Graduating in late 2018, Alex returned home to Saint Louis and began working on building his portfolio and continues to explore his passion for the arts.

Brock Seals
520 Westgate

Brock Seals is a multi-faceted artist whose creativity spans many different mediums, including his skills as a rapper and songwriter as well as a heralded painter and designer. Having captured the attention of many, including the likes of Erykah Badu, Dapper Dan, Nipsey Hussle and most recently his collaboration with the St. Louis Cardinals. Seals’ work compliments the historic city of Saint Louis as he’s painted several murals throughout the city from The Delmar loop, downtown and Saint Louis city.

520 Westgate

Michael “BRKLYN” Winfield is a contemporary aerosol artist with a graffiti background. Born and raised in Brooklyn NY, as a child he always had a passion for drawing. By age 14 his urban explorations lead him to graffiti with the name “HEVY”. After falling in love with inks and aerosols, along with his wife and child, BRKLYN jumped off the porch and became a freelance artist/muralist.

6316 Delmar

Maria” TOOFLY” Castillo was born in Ecuador and raised in New York City. Recognized for her hard and fluid street style. One of the few women to step into the male dominated scene in the early 90’s. She is the founder of @LadiesLoveProject. An independent artist, graphic designer, and entrepreneur who empowers women and people of color in the arts.

David Ruggeri
The Loop

Combining elements of graffiti and pop art, I aim to capture the spirit and energy of urban life. Through bold colors, intricate patterns, and dynamic compositions, I create visually captivating pieces that reflect the vibrancy and diversity of life. I draw inspiration from the graffiti subculture, where self-expression and rebellion collide, and from the iconic imagery of pop art with its bold graphics that display not only social commentary but also whimsical elements of nostalgia.

6316 Delmar

Shiro’s artwork is an exploration of classic New York urban history through the lens of an artist who reveres Hip Hop culture. Her artwork is a prime example of the fusion of Japanese aesthetics and old school New York graffiti art. Her character named “Mimi” is incredibly recognizable. Mimi has deeper meaning beyond the surface, she is emblematic of strength and femininity.

The Art Doll
6277 Delmar

Sherelle Speed is a St.Louis native that has been creating her entire life. She is a self taught surrealism painter That turned her passion into a business The Art Doll Llc. Branding herself The Art Doll along side her signature faceless paintings and voodoo doll characters Her work is easily recognizable. Sherelle not only paints on canvas she also is a licensed tattoo artist as well as a muralist. She has over several throughout St.Louis and St.Charles.

6316 Delmar

norm4eva is an artist based in the US. Her practice is rooted in graffiti and street art with a current focus on large scale public murals.

Working as a creative since the 90s she has developed a distinct style that has evolved from custom pieces for incredible recording artists to extensive site specific installations for companies including Patreon HQ, the Kranzberg Arts Foundation and Saint Louis University.

Living Dreams
6655 Delmar

Living Dreams, an inspiring art crew, is celebrating their 25th anniversary, marking a quarter-century of creativity, innovation, and artistic expression. Since their inception, Living Dreams has captivated audiences with their unique blend of visual and performing arts, transforming ordinary spaces into immersive experiences. Over the years, they have nurtured countless artists, collaborated on numerous groundbreaking projects, and inspired a vibrant community dedicated to the arts.

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I’ve loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night. As I believe the world to be, so it is. 🌙

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