Scotland #17: Street Art Scavenger Hunt in Glasgow

Scotland #1: Welcome to Edinburgh!
Scotland #2: The View from Arthur’s Seat
Scotland #3: The View from Scott Monument
Scotland #4: Going Forth to Forth
Scotland #5: The Beauty of Fife
Scotland #6: Whisky Fail
Scotland #7: Defeat at Culloden
Scotland #8: Cawdor’s Not-So-Secret Garden
Scotland #9: The Loch Ness Loop
Scotland #10: The Road to Skye
Scotland #11: Old Man of Storr
Scotland #12: Pieces of Skye
Scotland #13: Rubha Hunish AKA The Hike from Hell
Scotland #14: Losing my Phone in Scotland and Other Adventures
Scotland #15: The Road to Glasgow
Scotland #16: Welcome to Glasgow!

Glasgow is well-known for its street art. So much so, that you can find a walking map of a kind-0f mural scavenger hunt. Lisa and I had a great time hunting them down and inserting ourselves into the art.

street art map

This map is a little dated, but it’s what we used.

Let’s the hunt begin!

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Artistic interpretations on Argyle Street

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Artistic interpretations on Argyle Street

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Artistic interpretations on Argyle Street

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Artistic interpretations on Argyle Street (I love this one)

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Life imitates art!

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Aren’t we silly?

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The giant panda on Gordon Lane (another favorite of mine)

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“The World’s Most Economical Taxi” on Mitchell Street

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“Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” on Mitchell Street

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Interesting clientele at the Argyle Street Cafe

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Lisa ponders like an elephant

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The mural wraps around the corner!

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The badminton mural on Wilson Street was created in anticipation of the 2014 Commonwealth Games

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“Space Man” by Recoat and Ali Wyllie

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A fascinating mural at Howard and Dunlop Streets that wraps around three sides of a building!

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Impossible to photograph, but really fun to see

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This amazing mural was created by Rogue-One and Art Pistol

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That cat looks mighty hungry…

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“A View of the Clyde” gives passersby a view of what really lives in the River Clyde

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This is a redo of the original tiger displayed along the Clyde Walkway

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“The Five Faces” can be found along the underpass under Central Station

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I desperately wanted to capture the moving traffic, but I left the travel tripod in our hotel room

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That would be me – trying (dismally) to take night photography without a tripod

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2 thoughts on “Scotland #17: Street Art Scavenger Hunt in Glasgow

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