Coronavirus-Themed Street Murals From Around The World

Mumbai. Indranil Mukherjee/AFP Photo

Artists around the world are tapping their creativity to help find new ways to deal with the impact of the global pandemic.

Musicians who had to cancel their concert tours are instead moving online to connect with their audiences, offering impromptu performances on social media and live video streams. Some are even writing new coronavirus- and quarantine-inspired songs to help us wash our hands. A few writers are taking advantage of their newfound time at home to finish their novels. And then there are the graffiti and mural artists who have been busy painting some pretty incredible coronavirus-inspired works on walls and buildings across the globe.

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Prenzlauer Berg in Berlin, Germany. Markus Schreiber/AP Photo

Salamanca, Spain. Jm Garcia/EPA/EFE

Budapest. Attila Kisbenedek/AFP

Antwerp, Belgium. By Bram De Ceurt. Virginia Mayo/AP Photo

Guatemala City, Guatemala. By Pulido. Esteban Biba/EPA/EFE

Bogota. Juan Barreto/AFP Photo

Birmingham. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Athens. Thanassis Stavrakis/AP Photo

Athens. By S.F. Aris Messinis/AFP Photo

Edinburgh, Scotland. Jane Barlow/PA Wire via AP Photo

Ladywell, south east London. By Lionel Stanhope. Matt Dunham/AP Photo

New Bedford, Connecticut. Peter Pereira/AP Photo

Surabaya, East Java. Juni Kriswanto/AFP Photo

Rome. By TVBoy. Andreas Solaro/AFP Photo

Hong Kong. Anthony Wallace/AFP Photo

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Mauro Pimentel/AFP Photo

Sant Jaume square in Barcelona, Spain. By TVBoy. Quique Garcia/EPA/EFE

Venice, California, USA. Etienne Laurent/EPA/EFE

Seattle, Washington, U.S. By Craig Cundiff. Jason Redmond/Reuters

Milan, Italy. Andrea Fasani/EPA/EFE

Shanghai, China. Aly Song/Reuters

Wetteren, Belgium. By CAZ. Virginia Mayo/AP Photo

“Fight!” Moscow, Russia. Sergei Savostyanov/TASS

Gaza Strip. Mohammed Abed/AFP Photo

Paris. Franck Fife/AFP Photo

Athens, Greece. By S.F. Aris Messinis/AFP Photo

Gatchina, Leningrad Region, Russia. Peter Kovalev/TASS

Catania, Italy. Fabrizio Villa/Getty Images

Mauerpark, Berlin, Germany. By Eme Freethinker. John MacDougall/AFP Photo

San Antonio, Texas. By Colton Valentine. Eric Gay/AP Photo

Dublin City, Ireland. Aidan Crawley/EPA/EFE

London. By Lionel Stanhope. Matt Dunham/AP Photo

Indonesia. Fajrin Raharjo/AFP Photo

San Francisco, California. Josh Edelson/AFP Photo

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