Eyes, Eyes, Eyes! mural on East San Carlos Street by Frankie McFly (https://www.frankiemcfly.com/).
“To care for the land”
Mural on West St. John and Marker Street by Taylor Reinhold (https://www.taylorreinhold.com/).
First Street on First Fridays of the month is a great time to see the art galleries, museums, and artists selling their works on the streets.
I stopped because I thought someone had given these koalas a scarf or something. It looks like it may actually be balloons or something that got caught up in the sculpture. According to SanJose.com (https://www.sanjose.com/2011/06/01/branching_out/) these numerous koala sculptures you see in the trees on E. San Carlos Street were put up by the San Jose Downtown Association in 2011.
San Jose Earthquakes soccer mural in Japantown by San Jose artist John Barrick (https://honestjohnmurals.com/).
This car mural on Coleman Ave. in San Jose was spray painted on to the building by a robot like a large vertical printer. You can see it here: https://www.cbsnews.com/sanfrancisco/news/robot-paints-two-story-mural-in-downtown-san-jose/
Serpentine Pavilion on First Street by Bjarke Ingels.
This mural on San Carlos Street in Downtown San Jose contains an interesting blend of symbols including associations of Mexico and San Jose in a way that I find very interesting. The mural is created by Artes Luna (https://www.instagram.com/artesluna_/).
This current train station building is from 1935, with a train station having been in this space since 1878.
Temporary mural during a construction project by Juan Carlos Araujo (https://sjmusart.org/press-release/wayfinder-juan-carlos-araujo).