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Wall Murals/Graffitis We’re Loving At The Moment |Lagos Edition

Our Favorite Wall Murals/Graffiti Spot

Who doesn’t love a great wall mural or some artsy graffiti? A couple of spots in Lagos are getting in on having unique art in different areas that add more to the vibe and feel of the place.

We’ve decided to round up a couple of places that we’ve been to and think you should check out for your pictures. While no place can ever be Shoreditch or Camden, they do try.

The Backyard Lagos

Although it’s famous for having Nigeria’s version of the Bali swing, this restaurant also has a wall mural that isn’t to be missed. The best part? They change it often so it’s different and gives people something to look forward to.

In the words of Michael, ‘Dudes are bringing Mar Mikhael to Lagos’

So if you’re ever there, take a picture in front of it. You can’t miss it, it’s opposite the swing.

Address – 4B, Musa Yar Adua Street, Victoria Island, Lagos


Just spread your wings and fly. Pic cred – Sarviee


BRT buses, Lagos Island

We know, this isn’t an actual building but if you go to Lagos Island, a short walk away from Freedom Park, you’ll find a BRT bus with the most beautiful graffiti on it (or maybe i’m being partial because my outfit matched the colors).

If you’re doing a Lagos Island tour, this is sure to add a pop of color to your pictures.


A beautiful coincidence


Frozen Rolls Iceream Shop 

This ice cream shop has not just 1 but 2 wall murals. There’s one outside which is very dramatic and looks like a West Indian woman (think Pocahontas) while the one inside the main store is of one eyed ice cream men.

So while you wait for your order to come through, snap away in front of whichever mural tickles your fancy.

Address – 6 Emma Abimbola Cole, Lekki Phase I, Lagos