Artist Dragon 76 from New York paints “Future Samurai” at the 2017 Crush festival in Denver’s River North Art District. The Colorado Crush mural and street-art festival returns through Sept. 17 in RiNo. (Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post)
The annual Crush festival, sprucing up RiNo since 2010, celebrates graffiti and the street artists who each year turn the walls lining RiNo’s streets and alleys into an open-air gallery that revelers of all ages can walk through and watch come to life. The murals will stand long after the festival is over, providing beautification and endless photo-ops to the neighborhood.This y
This year the walls will be decorated from 27th and Larimer streets in Denver all the way up to 40th and Williams this year, with a mural painted by Meow Wolf artists at Denver Central Market. Aside from the live graffiti and street art, the event will also feature educational talks and lectures with local businesses, giving visitors a chance to engage with the artists and learn more about the art.
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