The one where the Murals & Graffiti In The Denver Rino Arts District Almost Made My head Explode
One nice thing about being a total slacker and not researching where you’re going is that it can make for some amazing surprises when you get there! That’s exactly what happened when I got to the River North Arts District (RiNo) In Denver, Colorado. I was immediately floored when I started exploring and found literally hundreds of murals and graffiti art around about a 1-mile spot. And I happened to be staying at a pretty baller hostel right around the corner!
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So I had to go shoot and edit a video of course! “Crush Walls” is a yearly mural and graffiti festival held in the RiNo Arts District. A few years of adding to the visual deliciousness, and now you can easily spend a day or two just taking in all the amazing murals and graffiti artwork.
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