The 20×21 EUG Mural Project is an initiative of the City of Eugene Cultural Service’s Public Art Program. The mission is to create world-class outdoor murals in Eugene between now and the 2021 IAAF World Championships, the largest sporting event ever to be held in Eugene. The project is led by Isaac Marquez, Public Art Manager for the City of Eugene.

The project takes a village (60% public and 40% private funding). Forest Paint is a sponsor with graffiti coating on all murals.

Learn more on their website:

Existing Murals

Mural #1

Acidum Project (Brazil)
Broadway Alley between Willamette & Olive (Cowfish)
By artists brought in from Brazil

Mural #2

Beau Stanton (USA)
1010 Willamette Street
Los Angeles artist, located on back of McDonald Theatre

Mural #3

Steven Lopez (USA)
254 Lincoln (off West 3rd Avenue) Near Bounce Gymnastics on Wildcraft Cider Works building
Untitled painting, but features bees

Mural #4

Hua Tunan (China)
411 West 4th Avenue (Web Picture Frames and Vista Framing)
Amazing tiger & dragon mural, by an artist brought in from China

7 artists were brought in July 29 – August 4 to complete more murals, which can now be seen around town:

New Murals

Mural #5

Hush (United Kingdom)
1334 Oak Alley (Falling Sky Brewing House), and smaller pieces around town
Stencils brought in, includes geishas and looks great at night

Mural #6

Ila Rose (Eugene, Oregon, USA)
248 Lincoln (Elevation Bouldering Gym)

Mural #7

Telmo Miel (Netherlands)
198 West Broadway (Shaw-Med, west facade)
“The ‘Dutch Bros.’ from Netherlands”, painting represents Dog Days of Summer

Mural #8

Blek le Rat (France)
100 East Broadway (IDX), and various other locations around town
“Godfather of Stencil Art”, you’ll see a Rat signature all over town

Mural #9

Franco Fasoli aka JAZ (Argentina)
1010 Willamette Street (McDonald Theatre, south wall)
Paints by numbers, had a lot of local artists assist him

Mural #10

Dan Wiltz (New York, USA)
Small-scale installations around town. Find his street art grates and windows!
3D Mural artist, series about sanctuaries, look high and low to find them in Eugene

Mural #11

Hyuro (Spain/Argentina)
125 West 11th Avenue (Kiva)
About female identity, faceless women helping to reconstruct a plant

Mural #12

Extra wall in Blair Alley between 5th & 6th
Team effort – painted in one day

In 2018, more artists will be brought in from Nepal, Netherlands, Ireland, Poland, Brazil, Australia, Portugal, Germany, as well as the US.