Murals in the Warehouse Arts District

This former industrial area, with its large buildings, offers the perfect backdrop for muralists to create their street art.

Treasures of Morocco by Michael Vahl

"Treasures of Morocco" by Michael Vahl, Warehouse Arts District

Art lovers will find that the Pixelstix app enhances their mural spotting experience (just touch your phone to the "smart plaque" found on many murals). Also note that, while addresses and map links are included below, the murals are often on the sides or backs of the buildings.

Be sure to check out more info on where to shop, eat and more in the Warehouse Arts District!

 

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The 8th Funky Fish Town

"The 8th Funky Fish Town" Mural by Blaine Fontana and Plastic Birdie, with PangeaSeed Foundation and Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans, Warehouse Arts District

"The 8th Funky Fish Town" mural by Blaine Fontana and Plastic Birdie, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Blaine Fontana and Plastic Birdie. About the mural: Hailing all the way from Portland, Oregon, SHINE 2019 artists Blaine Fontana and Plastic Birdie teamed up with Pangeaseed Foundation and Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans to bring art lovers this massive sea-themed wall. Their aim was to bring awareness to overfishing and native species eradication and call for healthy oceans for generations to come.

Location: 756 28th St. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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Bait & Switch

"Bait & Switch" mural by the Vitale Bros., Warehouse Arts District

"Bait & Switch" mural by the Vitale Bros., Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Vitale Bros. About the mural: Legendary local muralists, the Vitale Bros., team up with Pangeaseed Foundation and Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans, to bring this fun, underwater scene to life in the Warehouse Arts District for SHINE 2019.

Location: 301 20th St. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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Untitled

 Untitled Mural by Belin, Warehouse Arts District

Untitled mural by Belin, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Belin. About the mural: This mural was painted by Spanish artist, Miquel Angel Belinchon Bujes, commonly known as Belin, during the 2018 SHINE Mural Festival. He masterfully blends realism with cubism that creates a uniquely modern technique reminiscent of Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali.

Location: 1701 3rd Ave. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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Feelings

"Feelings" Mural by Reda Pakatore - Warehouse Arts District

"Feelings" mural by Reda Pakatore, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Reda Pekatore. About the mural: Local artist Reda Pekatore brought his abstract, surrealist portraiture to the Warehouse Arts District for SHINE 2019. The piece shows fragments of faces of people in various emotional states.

Location: 131 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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Golden Girl

"Golden Girl" by Princess Smith, Warehouse Arts District

"Golden Girl" by Princess Smith, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Princess Smith. About the mural: As part of the 2019 Shine Mural Festival, local artist Princess Smith portrays a young Black girl flexing her bicep against a bold yellow backdrop.

Location: 593 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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The Great Utterance

"The Great Utterance" Mural by Cryptik, Warehouse Arts District

"The Great Utterance" mural by Cryptik, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Cryptik. About the mural: Southern California artist Cryptik hypnotically blends Eastern philosophical mantras with black letter bombing, merging the ancient and sacred in a modern quest for awareness. The mural, titled "The Great Utterance" is a prayer to the sun created for SHINE St. Pete 2017. 

Location: 601 24th St. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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Kung Fu Pandas

Kung Fu Pandas mural by Woes Martin

Kung Fu Pandas mural by Woes Martin, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Woes Martin About the mural: Aaron Woes Martin is a longtime acrylic painter, multi-media artist, aerosol muralist, DJ, traveler, and now a puppeteer famous for his distinct emo strife Panda bears. 

Location: 2343 Emerson Ave. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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La Emperatriz

"La Emperatriz" Mural by Paola Delfin,  Warehouse Arts District

"La Emperatriz" mural by Paola Delfin, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Paola Delfin. About the mural: Hailing all the way from Mexico, SHINE 2019 artist Paola Delfin brings her signature, monochromatic portraiture to the Warehouse Arts District. The piece’s title is Spanish for “the empress.”

Location: 1975 3rd Ave. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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A New Day

mural with colorful rays pointing upward

"A New Day" mural by Gibbs Rounsavall, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Gibbs Rounsavall. About the mural: This vivid abstract explores the interplay between color, light and shape in a way that creates movement.

Location: 1957 1st Ave. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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Pop Art Plastic

"Pop Art Plastic" by Elle LeBlanc, Warehouse Arts District

"Pop Art Plastic" by Elle LeBlanc, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Elle LeBlanc. About the mural: The cheerful pink, yellow and baby blue in this mural belie St. Pete-based Elle LeBlanc’s very serious message about plastic pollution in our waterways. One of the 2020 SHINE Mural Fest’s largest murals, it was painted on the external wall of a local hydroponic farm.

Location: Brick Street Farms, 2233 3rd Ave. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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Progress

Progress mural by Sarah Page

"Progress" by Sara Page, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Sarah Page. About the mural: Facing the Pinellas Trail, this aspirational work by local artist Sarah Page was inspired by Anna Lee Fisher, the first mother in space.

Location: 4139 7th Terrace S., St. Petersburg, 33711

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Return to the Sea

mural of Panfilo De Narvaez with sinking ship and bottle in the waves

"Return to the Sea" mural by Nomad Clan, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Nomad Clan. About the mural: A dark yet playful folkloric mural inspired by the happenings of a Spanish conquistador and soldier, Panfilo De Narvaez, a figure in the conquests of Jamaica and Cuba in the years between 1509 and 1512. In April of 1528, he is said to have landed near Tampa Bay.

Location: 2025 3rd Ave. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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13

St. Pete

the word St Pete in colorful letters

"St. Pete" mural, by Tasko, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Tasko. About the mural: Local artist Tasko left his mark for SHINE 2018 with this graffiti-style St. Pete mural, a nod to old-school street art.

Location: 4137 7th Terrace S. St., Petersburg, 33711

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Sunshine on My Mind

"Sunshine On My Mind" Mural by Leo Gomez, Warehouse Arts District

"Sunshine On My Mind" mural by Leo Gomez, Warehouse Arts District

The Artist: Leo Gomez. About the mural: Typography king Leo Gomez painted this as part of SHINE in 2019, and it couldn’t be more fitting – St. Pete is, after all, nicknamed the Sunshine City. The cursive pink lettering against a bold blue backdrop create a cheerful pop of color amid the workshops of the Warehouse Arts District.

Location: 1955 3rd Ave. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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Temple of Eternal Bliss

"Temple of Eternal Bliss" Mural by Pale Horse,  Warehouse Arts District

"Temple of Eternal Bliss" mural by Pale Horse, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Pale Horse. About the mural: Hailing all the way from Portland, Oregon, SHINE 2019 artists Blaine Fontana and Plastic Birdie teamed up with Pangeaseed Foundation and Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans to bring us this massive sea-themed wall. Their aim was to bring awareness to overfishing and native species eradication and call for healthy oceans for generations to come.

Location: 2390 5th Ave. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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Treasures of Morocco

Treasures of Morocco by Michael Vahl

"Treasures of Morocco" by Michael Vahl, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Michael Vahl. About the mural: Local artist, Michael Vahl, brought his unique and intricate style to this Rorschach inspired wall to the Warehouse Arts District for SHINE 2018.

Location: 4039 7th Terrarce S., St. Petersburg, 33711

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Under the Sea

"Under the Sea" Mural by the Vitale Bros., Warehouse Arts District

"Under the Sea" mural by the Vitale Bros., Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Vitale Bros. About the mural: Painted by widely known artists John and Paul Vitale, this aquatically inspired mural depicts several sea creatures, including a sea turtle, a swordfish and a trio of dolphins surrounded by beautiful coral reefs.

Location: 279 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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Untitled

"Untitled" mural by Justin Wagher

Untitled mural by Justin Wagher, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: Justin Wagher. About the mural: Set against the typical St. Pete backdrop (a sun-filled blue sky), local artist Justin Wagher’s monochromatic depiction of power lines is a study in contrasts. He created it as part of SHINE 2018.

Location: 4039 7th Terrace S., St. Petersburg 33711

 

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We Are Going to Be Friends

multi-colored mural of girl with two rabbits

"We are Going to be Friends" mural by DAAS, Warehouse Arts District

Artist: DAAS. About the mural: This mural was created during the 2018 SHINE Mural Festival. The geometric style uses lines and angles reminiscent of origami folds. The wall paints a story of a young girl and her life experiences, featuring interactions with animals and the natural environment.

Location: 125 19th St. S., St. Petersburg, 33712

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Explore Murals in Other Districts

Excited for more artistic adventures? Check out these mural pages, one for each of St. Pete's districts.