Instagram-worthy Downtown Art
The Hub Alley Mural
Temple’s downtown murals project began with these long horizontal murals painted to brighten an alleyway and bring attention The Hub boutique entrance. The mural is sponsored by The Hub and the artists are Laced and Found.
The second major mural installation is a great photo and selfie spots. It highlights a historic building in downtown Temple and features iconic images related to the culture of the history of Temple. The mural is sponsored by ExtraCo Bank and the artist is Paint by Amber.
The most recent mural features new businesses to downtown Temple for 2020. Treno Pizzeria and Taproom and the First Street Roasters Coffee Shop & Cafe. The colorful and retro style brings color to the newly renovated 1st Street district. The artists for this mural are Laced and Found.
The Temple Art Train Project features small replicas of old steam engines painted by local artists! The project is funded by a grant from the Texas Downtown Association. New trains are being added to the Downtown district. The newest train will be unveiled on September's First Friday at Foxdog.
SunGlo Feed Sign
Seth Krumnow of Airtight Garage Signs-Murals-Photos reconstructed the 100-year-old mural on the old Farmer's Feed & Seed Co building. The mural is located in the newly renovated MLK Festival Grounds in Downtown Temple.