Due to popular demand, we have extended our mural hunt! Our spring pop-up murals will now be up until July 4th!
Pop-up murals are back at Pike Place Market! This time we drew inspiration from our world famous Flower Market.
Eight Market artists took the flower concept and put their own spin on it.
Get to know each artist below!
Happy hunting! >>> Mural Map
The Wind Beneath My Wings
This is Jennifer Cullin's first solo mural and she knocked it out of the park!
Stand in the center and grow wings for this fun photo-op.
Find it at the bottom of the Pike Street Hillclimb.
Me and the Flowers
The cute details on this mural make it stand out.
Find this mural at the top of the Pike Street Hillclimb next to the Pike Market Senior Center.
Find Stacey in the Pike Place Market Crafts Market where she sells hand-painted children's clothing. Learn more, here.
Brooke Westlund brought back her signature flower design to create this beautiful gateway into a butterfly garden.
This mural plays with 3-D butterflies to create a one of a kind effect.
Find it on Level 5 of the DownUnder near Soundview Cafe.
Brooke owns Brooke Westlund Studio & Gallery on Western Avenue.
My Type of Friends
Hangout at Pike Place Market with your two best friends - a robot and a unicorn.
Lauren Rudeck brought her playful creatures to life in this mural in the Corner Market building.
Find Lauren and a slew of cute animals at her shop, Robot vs Sloth on 1st Avenue and Pine Street.
Feed the Giraffe
Most days, you'll see Aaron Murray behind a table of hand sculpted animal figurines in the Pike Place Crafts Market.
But for this round of pop-up murals, Aaron showed us a different side of his talents.
This mural in the Sanitary Market is picture perfect for kiddos wanting to feed a giraffe.
Find it near the Pike Place Market Creamery.
Bouquet of Flowers
Hold the bouquet and smile in this blustery day photo.
Find this mural between Shug's Soda Fountain and The Taproom at Pike Place.
Find Rachel most days in the Pike Place Crafts Market.
This big tulip can make you stop in your tracks when you see it on the outside of the Triangle building at Pine Street and Pike Place.
Pretend your holding the tulip or just strike a pose next to it.
Alex owns Artificial Gallery on Level 3 of the DownUnder.
Kiss the Llama!
Kate Endle, best known for her cute collages, books and posters -- painted her whimsical style and characters on a wall near the Pike Place MarketFront Pavilion.
Kiss the llama or just stand next to this adorable mural.
Find Kate most days in the Pike Place Crafts Market.