25 of The Best Coronavirus-Inspired Murals From All Over The World

coronavirus inspired murals

These Coronavirus-Inspired Murals are proof that the Coronavirus Pandemic and the resulting “Stay at Home” orders are not without their upside. The bear population in Yosemite has quadrupled, noise pollution is down, the air in Los Angeles, Paris and Tokyo is cleaner than ever and even the waters, now undisturbed, are clearer. In addition to those temporary benefits, the Covid-19 virus has inspired street artists all over the world to paint.

Coronavirus-Inspired Murals

Artist Lionel Stanhope; Ladywell, south-east London

The murals depicting images and messages to stay home, wash your hands and more are permeating the streets of just about every city, big or small. Here are 25 we thought worth sharing.

Artist Theydrift;  Seattle, Washington
Artist Andreas Welin aka Welinoo; Copenhagen
Artist Pøbel; Norway
Artist EME Freethinker; Mauerpark, Berlin
Artist unknown; Milan, Italy (photo Andrea Fasani EPA)
Artist Kobra; São Paulo, Brazil
RBS Crew Artist Collective; on a high school in Dakar, Senegal
RBS Crew Art Collective; on a high school in Dakar, Senegal
Artist Tvboy; Milan, Italy
Artist The Rebel Bear; Glasgow, Scotland
Artist Corie Mattie; Los Angeles, CA
Artist Nello Petrucci; Pompei, Italy
Artist Lacuna; Berlin, Germany
Artist s.f.; Athens, Greece
Artist FAKE; Amsterdam
Artist Ponywave; Venice Beach, CA
Artist Hijack; Los Angeles, CA
Artist Unknown; Los Angeles, CA
Artist Unknown; Los Angeles, CA
Artist Gnasher; Royston, Hertfordshire, UK
Artist Unknown; London, England
Denmark Artist Rasmus Balstrøm; Los Angeles, CA
Artist unknown; Hajogyar Island, Budapest
Artist unknown; A Thank you to Healthcare workers painted on the side of Brescia Hospital, Italy

Images courtesy of various photographers for Getty Images, AP images and Individual artists’ Facebook pages and Instagram accounts.

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