The circuit board mural at top lives Downtown on 8th St & Coal, and adorns a garage door. Next to the circuit board piece is the colorful & intricate tagging-style piece. Both are part of the 1st Annual 508 Mural Fest celebrations that took place during the month of September.
The 1st Annual 508 Mural Fest was a free public art mural festival in the MetroABQ, produced by Warehouse 508 & Worldwide UnderGround. From their website: their aim is to unite and beautify our city while empowering our youth. 508 Mural Fest was 40 muralists on 11 locations painting throughout the city, with a focus on Downtown. A wide range of MetroABQ businesses sponsored the 11-days of events, from Big Box stores, to well-known local restaurants & breweries, to galleries and many dozen more sponsors. The final end-of-September Block Party saw several thousand participants, filling the Downtown streets for about five blocks. See the map here.
The snake mural is slithering east on Lead Ave from Broadway & the colorful watermelon mural above covers the length of the Q-Staff Theater wall, also along Broadway & Lead Ave.
The woman above presides over Tractor Brewing Co, on 4th St north of Downtown; the alley fence birds mural can be found in the alleys south of Central Ave–behind the Amy Biehl School; the sidewalk bird was drawn as part of the final block party.