Lisbon is a very artistic european capital where you must go if you are urban art fan
Gent is a very artistic city after Brussels, animated by the local graffiti artist Bué The Warrior. Let’s take a ride!
London is a very lively city for artists. Always changing, and inviting to come back again and again to immerse in the artistic atmosphere
Berlin is a must-go and see in terms of street art. The city is huge and easy to get lost in… so get prepared to walk a lot and to be overloaded with art on the walls!
Paris is a beautiful city where street art has a huge space, even if local authorities are finghting (a bit too much) against artists
Le Havre calls you and says ‘Catch me if you (spray) can’! Jace opened in 2017 a Gouzou hunt with 50 new artworks all over the city
We had the opportunity to visit Dortmund to discover the abandoned factories from the industrial era. The city is becoming artistic and that’s just the beginning
Streetlove spent a few days in Thessaloniki, Greece. Discover Greece organized a sponsored blogtrip to enjoy some greek arty vibes
Once in Auckland, we walked around the areas of K’Road where we found mostly huge graffiti murals and of Ponsonby where we found great stencils.
The New Zealand Police are using graffiti to recruit potential police officers. They’ve recently used these stencils to help promote becoming a Police officer. Open to discussion!