Experience a true artistic community experience as you discover beautiful murals made by prominent artists in the village of Mamaroneck.
These murals celebrate the foundational stories and values of the Mamaroneck community. They portray key cultural and historical themes such as diversity, the importance of the Harbor, the artistic scene, the iconic Skinny House, and the village Native American heritage.
Participating artists: Bruno Smoky, Loic Ercolessi, Mr Cenz, Shalak Attack and Victor Ash. Production & Curation: Street Art for Mankind.
We offer a free audio-guide app available on IOS and Android to help you discover the stories behind the murals while doing the Art Walk. You can also use it in front of your computer, by scanning the pictures above.
Victor Ash I Diversity (aka Looking up, Looking down)
118 Mamaroneck Avenue, Mamaroneck, NY, USAGet Directions
Mr Cenz l The Actors
322 Phillips Park Road, Mamaroneck, NY 10543, USAGet Directions
Bruno Smoky l The Harbor
418 Phillips Park Road, Mamaroneck, NY, USAGet Directions
Loic Ercolessi l The Skinny House
135 Hoyt Avenue, Mamaroneck, NY, USAGet Directions
Shalak Attack l The Native Americans
658 Mamaroneck Avenue, Mamaroneck, NY, USAGet Directions
To hear the artist speak about his creative process or simply read the story behind each mural above.
The app also helps you locate the murals closest to you and make creative selfies to share with us and the artist.
Don’t forget to tag us @streetartmankind!
Mamaroneck is on the MTA Metro-North Railroad Grand Central – Stamford
Mamaroneck is easily connected by the I-95N to Manhattan, New York (27 miles) of New Haven Connecticut (55 miles).