Murals are large-scale artworks typically created on walls or other large surfaces. They can be painted directly on the surface or created as panels that are later installed.

Murals have a rich history, dating back to ancient times when they were used to decorate the walls of caves and temples. Over the years, murals have evolved to encompass a wide range of styles, techniques, and subject matters.

Styles and Techniques:

  • Murals can be created in various styles, including realistic, abstract, impressionistic, or street art-inspired graffiti.
  • Artists employ different techniques such as fresco, where pigments are applied directly to wet plaster, or using acrylic or spray paint on dry surfaces. Some artists also incorporate stencils, collage, or digital elements into their mural creations.

Purpose and Impact:

  • Murals serve multiple purposes. They can be used to express cultural identity, convey social or political messages, commemorate historical events, beautify public spaces, or transform ordinary walls into works of art. 
  •  Murals have the power to engage communities, spark conversations, and inspire a sense of pride and belonging.


  • Murals can be found in a variety of locations, including urban streets, public buildings, schools, museums, galleries, and even private residences. 
  • Street art murals, in particular, have gained popularity as a form of urban expression and are often created in cities around the world.

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