Whether you are looking for some insta-cred on your feed or want to start planning ahead for some uber cute holiday cards, L.A. has the perfect backdrop for you and your kids. Scroll through to see where you can find some of our favorite street murals that will add a dose of fun to your family photos.

photo: Andie Huber

Love Wall

Love is in the air and on the wall with this graphic cursive lettering on a bright red background. The feel-good nature of this street art by Curtis Kulig may just inspire your little ones to hug it out.
 
8549 Higuera St. 
Culver City

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Made in L.A.

Located on the exterior wall of the furniture store Cisco Home, this popular spot usually has a line on the weekends so take advantage of early waking kids and head over there first thing in the morning.

Cisco Home 
8025 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles
Online: ciscohome.net

photo: Andie Huber

What Lifts You Angel Wings

Catch this pair of wings by Kelsey Montague the next time you head up to Universal. Located in Universal Citywalk next to the Hard Rock Cafe, it'll make your little ones look like perfect little angels. 

Universal Citywalk
100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA

photo: Andie Huber

Hello Wall at Carrera Cafe

Serving an interesting and ever-changing wall along with European-style cafe goodies, this pretty floral wall is located outside Carerra Cafe (and conveniently across the street from the Paul Smith pink wall). Feed your kids a chocolate croissant and then get them to happily pose among the flowers. The mid-morning sun can be especially harsh so try and hit this one earlier in the day or later in the afternoon.  
 
Carrera Cafe
8251 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles
 

photo: Andie Huber

Paul Smith Pink Wall

This dose of pink has its own hashtag (#pinkwall) and makes everything that stands in front of it look good thanks to its saturated color. Go early because lines form the later it gets (seriously). Once you've grabbed your shot, head across the street to Carrera Cafe to grab a bite and watch everyone else get their 'gram game going. You may even spot some Insta-famous Influencers. 
 
Paul Smith
8221 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles
Online: paulsmith.com

photo: Andie Huber

Fairfax Wall

When we were searching out cool locations, we approached this one thinking it was a black and white wall with really cool graphic designs but, as is the nature of these living art pieces, we found this colorful incarnation had recently been painted over the other one. Lesson learned: If you really want a photo in front of one of these special murals, don't waste any time or totally go with the flow and be surprised by the new art you've found on your journey! 
 
 

Have any favorite wall murals you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments below!