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Smug is an Australian artist living in Glasgow who created the renowned Glasgow High Street mural which depicts St Mungo in modern day clothes holding a robin. The beautifully crafted piece took a week to paint and is a representation of Glasgow’s Saint from the 6th century.
This eye-catching hip-hop duo has been painted by Glasgow’s street artist Rogue-One and is located next to Strathclyde University’s student union. The street art is in the heart of the city near to George Square, an area which boasts 12 statues and monuments remembering the poet Robert Burns. This is a must-see piece of artwork if you are visiting the city!
This captivating street art by the artist Rogue One depicts a taxi held up by balloons with a man. The beautiful colours and realistic artwork on this piece make you stop and stare to take it all in. If you want to see this beautiful street art, head over to the city of Glasgow on Mitchell street!
The Spaceman is a mural located in the heart of the city centre on Argyl Street and by the artist Ali Wyllie. The splash of enchanting colour brightens up the city lane. The artwork uses geometric colours and also drew inspiration from Japanese, pop art and comic book design culture.
If you want to take a detailed tour of the street art pieces and murals in Glasgow then you may want to go on the City Centre Mural Trail. The City Centre Regeneration team has created the very first City Centre Mural Trail for art lovers and tourists who wish to see the breadth of Glaswegian street art.
Check out the city centre mural trail or visit some of the street art listed above to really enjoy and embrace the city’s artwork.