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The history behind some of Austin's most iconic murals

Have you seen them? It would be a lot cooler if you did.

AUSTIN, Texas — Austin's home to some weird street art, so where can you find some Instagram-worthy murals in Austin?

Let's connect the dots.

Hi, How Are You mural

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This mural was painted by Daniel Johnston in 1993. Ten years earlier, Johnston put this frog named Jeremiah on the front of his album "Hi How Are You: The Unfinished Album." It sparked a mental health nonprofit called "The Hi, How Are You Project."

On "Hi, How Are You Day" every January, Austinites are encouraged to check on their neighbors and friends to really ask how they're doing.

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You're My Butter Half mural

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If you want somewhere to snap a photo with your sweetheart, check out the "You're My Butter Half" mural.

It was painted in 2012 and is on East MLK Junior Boulevard on the side of the United Way building. 

I Love You So Much mural

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This one's located at Jo's Coffee on South Congress. It's seen its fair share of vandalism over the years, but you may not know it's actually fairly new. A local artist named Amy Cook spray painted it in 2010 as a love letter to the owner of the coffee shop, Liz Lambert.

I Hate You So Much mural

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If you're not feeling the love, the "Bungalow" on Raine Street has an "I Hate You So Much" wall that you can snap a photo of instead. 

Greetings From Austin mural

Finally, the Greetings From Austin mural is on the side of the Roadside Relics on South First Street. It features paintings of Austin's most iconic sites like the University of Texas Tower and the State Capitol.

There are so many murals int own we can't mention them all, but these are a few fan-favorites for you new Austin residents to see for yourselves.

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