Long Beach Wall Crawl

February 13, 2017

Long Beach is having a bit of a renaissance and with Valentine’s Day on the horizon it seemed like the right time to show a little love. Mitch Maher and I set out to explore the best walls in Long Beach this past weekend. I wore outfits in black, white, and navy while he played the role of art director and photographer.

The result is a love letter to our fair city in digital form, i.e. the Long Beach Wall Crawl complete with artist recognition and locations so you too can spend a couple hours taking in this beautiful art. A big merci to POW! WOW! Long Beach for bringing these artists to our hometown!

Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com

James Jean Mural
The Varden Hotel
335 Pacific Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802

Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com
Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com

Gail Werner Mural
Super Suds
250 Alamitos Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802

Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com

James Haunt Mural
La Bodega #1 Market
6001 Atlantic Avenue
Long Beach, CA, 90805

Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com

Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com

Sarah Joncas Mural
Toxic Toast Records
757 Pine Ave
Long Beach, CA 90813

Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com
Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com

Hitotzuki Mural
Intertrend Communications
228 E Broadway
Long Beach, CA 90802

Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com
Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com

123KLAN and SLICK Mural
The Liberty
435 Alamitos Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802

Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com

Dragon76 Mural
East 1st Street and Alamo Court
Long Beach, CA, 90802

Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com
Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com

Tristan Eaton Mural
The Varden Hotel
335 Pacific Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802

Long Beach Wall Crawl | modernfrenchblog.com

Brendan the Blob and Evah Fan Mural
Toxic Toast Records
757 Pine Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90813

P.S. Learn more about Long Beach in The Unofficial Guide to Long Beach. If you pay your talented friends in wine, then this is a great place to start.