HUE Mural festival
Fossilized Houston was recently part of HUE Mural Fest and collaborated with Gabriel Prusmack from Galveston! Come by to see the wall at Frankel’s on Polk St. corner Delano St. Special thanks to Gabriel Prusmack, and to Noah Wight, Bobby Lane and Tony Day from Fossilized for their work on this piece! See photos and videos below of the mural.
About HUE Fest
Houston Urban Experience (HUE) Mural Festival, presented by Houston First, celebrates Houston’s diverse arts community. The festival features over 100 artists from around the world, including Puerto Rico, Iran, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and Spain, transforming Houston’s cityscape from concrete to color.
Artists have approximately 190 hours to create their designs using various forms of tools, techniques and styles of mural art including graffiti, muralism, paint brush work, airbrush, roller brush, wheat paste and stencil. Nearly 90 percent of the murals created in the events inaugural 2015 year will remain, and new murals will cover an additional 20,000 square feet of wall space within roughly the same footprint. With the assistance of nearly 100 volunteers in the community, the event will broaden its scope of festivities, guided tours and and community programs.
Festival goers are encouraged to experience the art-in-progress through either daily guided or self-guided tours, utilizing the printed map and brochure. Throughout the festival, visitors can also enjoy artist vendors, live demos, mural tours and tastes of official festival beer Estrella Jalisco at select locations and more. Murals will be located throughout Houston’s EADO, East End and Northside areas of Downtown.