This mural by Brigitte Selby is on the side of the Whistle Stop at the American Cafe in Travelers Rest. When viewed from a certain angle, the chimney from the wood-fired pizza oven becomes the smokestack, and the rest of the features line up to create the train.
The mural on the To Dye For salon on Wade Hampton Blvd by Paul Cousins.
This mural on the side of the Stax Original diner on Poinsett Highway was painted by artist Kate Furman working together with Furman University art students. It is a whimsical composite of scenes from the area around Cherrydale and Furman University.
This mural on the Watson Finance building on Stone Avenue was designed by Bannan Blasko LLC, along with the students of Stone Academy. It includes several elements: the life cycle of the dandelion, an eclipse, and a honeycomb / beehive.
This mural by Michelle Jardines is on the side of the Bombshell Lounge salon on Stone Avenue.
This mural by The Blank Canvas Mural Company is on a building on Shaw Street in the Poe Mill community. People from the community supplied most of the labor as paint was applied.
The letters have the message for the first glance but the colors convey a second embedded message. #weallbleedred.