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The free art of ATX

In this week's #TuesdayTop10, our intrepid adventurer goes on a quest to find the city's best street art

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The free art of ATX

This 23rd Street Artist’s Market mural features everything Austin, from the Capitol to the Ritz, from Willie Nelson to Stephen F. Austin and armadillos. Photo by Olivia Watts

This 23rd Street Artist’s Market mural features everything Austin, from the Capitol to the Ritz, from Willie Nelson to Stephen F. Austin and armadillos. Photo by Olivia Watts

Olivia Watts

This 23rd Street Artist’s Market mural features everything Austin, from the Capitol to the Ritz, from Willie Nelson to Stephen F. Austin and armadillos. Photo by Olivia Watts

Olivia Watts

Olivia Watts

This 23rd Street Artist’s Market mural features everything Austin, from the Capitol to the Ritz, from Willie Nelson to Stephen F. Austin and armadillos. Photo by Olivia Watts

Olivia Watts, staff reporter

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Everyone loves art, especially when it’s free, which is the great thing about street art. You may have noticed some driving or walking past. The great thing about Austin is the art, especially of the street variety, which is even more unique, funny, creative, and weird than anywhere else. We are pleased to take you along with Olivia Watts on her adventure to find the best Austin street art in this week’s #TuesdayTop10.

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2 Responses to “The free art of ATX”

  1. grace nugent on October 5th, 2018 4:07 pm

    I really like how you were able to show the culture and spirit of Austin inside these pictures of street art that were done here by local artists. It definitely embodies the keep Austin weird idea.

  2. Marley Angle on October 5th, 2018 4:16 pm

    I really enjoyed this article. the pictures in it were high quality, nicely framed, and were beautiful and vibrant. I also really enjoyed the little tittle at the top of the images. I think they were clever and fit the images very nicely. This article made me want to walk around my city and find these myself!

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