Recently the South Bay has added new murals throughout Manhattan and Hermosa Beach that have added a pop of color and art into the community. We’ve put together a list of the top three new additions you need to check out this weekend.
Photo by: Gretchen Tiernan
This beautiful aqua mural has quickly become a must see in the South Bay. It was painted by Ricardo Gonzalez (@itsaliving), the same artist that painted the California Dreaming mural on La Cienega Blvd. The mural, designed by Sand Spa owner, is supposed to inspire positivity and love.
Where to Find It: Polish by Sand Spa – 33rd and Highland, Manhattan Beach
Photo by: Manhattan Beach Post (@eat_mbpost)
There is no place like home, and this is exactly what this mural embodies. Painted by Rebecca Simms, she says that she was inspired by her childhood memories of the place. If you love the South Bay, then the this must be the place mural is the one for you.
Where to Find It: 1138 Highland Ave, Manhattan Beach – The Kettle
Photo by: Brianna Slaton (@brianna_slaton)
The newest mural in the South Bay is an ode to punk rock music, skateboard culture, and the 70s and 80s. This mural was painted by a South Bay local, Daniel Inez. Full of detail, this work of art stands tall in Hermosa Beach by Starbucks.
Where to Find It: Corner of 13th and Hermosa Avenue, Hermosa Beach