LOOK: Denver’s River North neighborhood is once again covered with new murals from Colorado Crush

Nearly 100 artists participated in the week-long Colorado Crush street art festival that wrapped up its seventh year on Sunday.

Javon the Unique paints a wall. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Denver’s River North neighborhood has once again been transformed by dozens of new murals ready to be admired.

Nearly 100 artists participated in the week-long Colorado Crush street art festival that wrapped up its seventh year on Sunday.

The new murals are mostly concentrated in the alleys between Larimer and Walnut streets from 26th and 28th streets, with another cluster near the 38th and Blake rail station. (Here’s a map where you can see the projects created over the last three years, plus a look back at what was produced last year.)

Are there more that should be added to this list? Email a photo or an Instagram link to me at ssnyder@denverite.com.

I think it's finished … for @thecrushwalls

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One day collaboration wall with: @cuttyup and @pbarriosart 📸 @halopigg Denver – Colorado

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Stephanie Snyder is Denverite's engagement specialist — focusing on social media, audience development and finding creative ways to connect with readers. Like many, she is an enthusiastic Denver transplant after working as a journalist in New York City, Southern California, Washington, D.C., and her hometown — Phoenix.