Visit the #McDHoustonWall on the Houston Graffiti Building in EaDo for a colorful photo opp through Summer 2019.
Located on the southeast facing wall of the Houston Graffiti Building at the corner of St. Emanuel and Bell streets, the #McDHoustonWall merges elements of the global McDonald’s brand with Houston-area icons and landmarks to add flavor to the mural scene in EaDo.
McDonald’s owner/operators in the Greater Houston area commissioned the Houston-inspired mural from aerosol artist Mario E. Figueroa, better known as Gonzo247.
The mural should be up through at least Summer 2019 at 1538 St. Emanuel Street.
About McDonald’s Owner/Operators of Greater Houston
The McDonald’s Owner/Operators of Greater Houston, a co-operative of local business owners, own and operate more than 300 McDonald’s restaurants in Greater Houston. The co-op and individual owners support a number of organizations and people that make Houston a better place to live, including artists like Gonzo247 who help beautify the city.
Houston-area McDonald’s restaurants employ more than 15,000 people in the Greater Houston community.
#McDHoustonWall in EaDo
- Location: Houston Graffiti Building, 1538 St. Emanuel Street, Houston, TX 77003
- Best Time to Photograph: Arguably, the best time to photograph the mural is in the early morning around sunup, when the sun is hitting the mural with a rosy glow.
- Parking: Free street and lot parking is available in the surrounding area.
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