Your weekend mission, if you choose to accept, is to find an I Love Memphis mural you haven’t yet been to, take a picture of you/you and your pals/your dog with the mural and post it on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter with the tag #ilovememphis.

The I Love Memphis murals project is a collaboration between the I Love Memphis blog, the Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the Urban Art Commission.

Original Love mural in Memphis

Mural #1: Original Love

Folks snap photos in front of this I Love Memphis mural nearly every day, no exaggeration.

Location: Corner of Cooper and York (near 768 Cooper St.)

Artist: Brandon Marshall

Greenline Love mural, Memphis

Mural #2: Greenline Love

You’ll have to get on the Greenline to find this colorful I Love Memphis mural, painted on an old railroad tunnel.

Location: On the Greenline near the intersection of Waring Road and Minden Road

Artist: Siphne Sylve

Abstract Love mural, Memphis

Mural #3: Abstract Love

Location: Across the street from Murphy’s, on the side of Beeker’s (1607 Madison Ave.)

Artist: Jean Marie Burks, assisted by Trista Vercher

St. Blues Love mural, Memphis

Mural #4: St. Blues Love

Location: 645 Marshall Ave. in the Edge District

Artist: Brandon Marshall

Memphis Love mural

Mural #5: Memphish Love Mural

Location: Scott Street and Broad Avenue, just east of Wiseacre Brewing (you can plug in “2809 Broad” to get very close)

Artist: Michael Roy, lettering by Brandon Marshall

Soulsville Love mural, Memphis

Mural #6: Soulsville Love

Location: Across the street from the Stax Museum (Stax’s address is 926 E. McLemore Ave.)

Artist: Whitney Kerr and Jeanynne Lewis, painted by local artists and students

Heart Bridge mural, Memphis

Mural #7: Heart Bridge

Location: The parking lot behind Crosstown Arts, near Cleveland and Autumn Avenue

Artist: Kong Wee Pang and Jay Crum

memphis southern avenue photo

Mural #8 Beale Street

Location: On the wall of Wet Willie's on Rufus Thomas Blvd and Beale St

Artist: Allie Mounce

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