Deep Elm by Michael McPheeters
Michael McPheeters', Deep Elm, connects Dallas' storied past to the future. You'll find a roaring steam engine on one end while a spaceship is being launched on the other. If you look closely, visitors will find one local legend that goes by "Keyboard Bob".
2631 Main Street
Deep Rawlins by Steven Hunter
We can't confirm or deny the subject behind Deep Rawlins but something tells us we may have met Mr. Clean's hipper younger brother.
2801 Elm Street
Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto! Strike a pose with a family of colorful robots that have found a home off of Hickory St. and Trunk Ave. (Unknown Title/Artist)
3421 Hickory Street
Deep Ellumphants by Adrian Torres
This may be the only stampede you'll gladly jump into! We love the soft tones that make up this larger-than-life image of an elephant herd that completely covers the Brake & Clutch building.
3601 Main Street
Honoring the red, white and blue.
This patriotic homage to the red, white and blue is worthy of a selfie during the goldest of hours. (Unknown Title/Artist)
2800 Commerce Street
Nolan Ryan takes on Robin Ventura by Izk Davies
It was the punch heard 'round the ballpark! Things got heated quick after Nolan Ryan struck Robin Ventura with a ball. Ventura charged the mound but wound up in a headlock that will forever live in Texas Ranger baseball history.
2724 Elm Street
Living Legend, Dirk Nowitzki by Josh Mittag
Living Legend, Dirk Nowitzki.
Considered one of the greatest power forwards of all time, Dirk is a living legend here in Dallas after carrying the team to a historic NBA Championship in 2011. At 19-feet-high and 53-feet wide, this is a must for any die-hard Dallas Mavericks fan. Find this mural on the wall of the Mavs Gaming facility.
2979 Taylor Street
Mavs Championship mural by Jashua, Jerod and Isaac Davies
The 2011 Mavericks will forever be engrained in the hearts of Dallasites after claiming the world championship title over the Miami Heat. Thanks to brothers Jashua, Jerod and Isaac Davies, locals and tourists alike can relive those glorious moments with this mural.
354 S. Malcolm X Boulevard
I Love You Deep Ellum
Are you feeling a little lovey-dovey? This popular mural has continued to be a hot spot for art lovers everywhere. (Artist Unknown)
2912 Elm Street
Visit Dallas mural by Tex & Sergio
with special contributors, Meredith White & Brynner Aldrich
No selfie tour is complete without stopping at our Visit Dallas mural. This incredible mural features some of the most well-known spots in Dallas. From Reunion Tower to Deep Ellum's very own Traveling Man, this mural proves that everything is bigger in Texas.
2914 Commerce Street