Nominate your favorite Minnesota Mural

One of the most popular forms of public art is the mural. The Twin Cities abound with them, but Greater Minnesota also has its share.


A Minneapolis mural depicting traditional life in Mexico. It’s located near East Lake Street and 3rd Avenue South. (MPR Photo/Nikki Tundel)

MPR’s Nikki Tundel recently photographed some of the murals in the metro area that reflect our rich diversity. You can find the full slideshow here.

Do you have a favorite mural in Minnesota? What makes it special? How does it reflect the community? Submit your favorite with a photo, and we’ll profile it here on State of the Arts. Send your submission to

  • Annie D’Souza

    Broken Crow’s pink lamb mural in Northeast Minneapolis. I simply love it. Also, if two nominations are allowed, the Nomad’s mural is pretty amazing too!