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A bunch of kids staring at paintings in a gallery.

Houston

In partnership with the Houston arts alliance, the Peanuts Global Artist Collective touched down at Space Center Houston with the unveiling of a Charlie Brown and Snoopy–wrapped international space station module designed by Kenny Scharf during the 50th anniversary celebrations of the apollo 10 mission. Public art also rolled out around the city of Houston.

Pin locations are estimates, please keep your eyes peeled for the murals.

The Acre at Allen Center

Kenny Scharf

A large, colourful mural on the side of a building, behind a restaurant patio.
A close-up of a large mural on the side of a building.

Fulbright Tower

AVAF

A large, colourful mural on glass building windows.
A large, colourful mural on glass building windows.

Space Center Houston

Kenny Scharf

Two large structures in a park painted in light and dark blue.
A man spray painting on a large piece of fabric in a park.
Three large, spray painted structures in a park.
A man standing on a chair and spray painting three large structures in a park.

The Houston project was made by possible by the following partners:

Brookfield Properties
Houston Arts Alliance
Houston Parks Board - Parks By You
Space Center Houston - Manned Space Flight Education Foundation

And generous support from:

HEB

Eddie and Chinhui Allen; Jereann Chaney; Duyen and Marc Nguyen; Judy and Scott Nyquist; Leigh and Reggie Smith; and Marie and Bill Wise.