More fun murals along Commercial Street!

Commercial Street east of downtown San Diego is an excellent place to spot colorful murals and other fun public art!

Perhaps you’ve already seen the giant robot, the trashy whale, and the fence full of comic book characters.

Yesterday I rode the Orange Line trolley into the Logan Heights neighborhood on a mission. I wanted to photograph more murals on Commercial Street between the 25th Street and 32nd Street trolley stations.

The first mural, which you can see below, depicts famous jazz singer Billie Holiday. This artwork was painted a couple years ago by the Southeast Art Team (@southeastartteam) on their Oya Art Gallery and Boutique building, a bit west of 28th Street.

The next series of murals can be found between 31st and 32nd Street. Read the photo captions…

This cool shoe mural was painted very recently at SD Custom Footwear by @colorsoner713

Colorful bird mural painted in late 2022 by @espy_dpt_znc

Mural painted late 2022 depicting piñata character Chucho and roses by SoCal artist Michelle Ruby (@MrBBaby).

Finally, at the intersection of Commercial Street and 32nd Street, a mural is now being painted on what appears to be a new home for San Diego beer company Little Miss Brewing…

(Spider-Man, Cyclops, Wolverine and other Marvel comic book characters were on this building a few years back.)

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Richard Schulte

Downtown San Diego has been my home for many years. My online activities reflect my love for writing, blogging, walking and photography.

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