Photos from the annual street art iBug Festival in Saxony – a celebration of international diversity in urban art with 120 artists from 17 countries
Graffiti Around the World
Graffiti and street art photos from around the world
The remnants of the Berlin Wall at the East Side Gallery are consistently vandalized with graffiti. Why?
Urban exploring and graffiti photos in the abandoned Berlin hospital
Photos and commentary on some of Tel Aviv’s street art and graffiti
While plenty of graffiti in Jerusalem can be negative, not all of it is. Some street art in Jerusalem spreads a messages of hope, peace & love.
The Bethlehem wall, built by Israel & covered in graffiti by Palestinians and international supporters, is a symbol of nonviolent protest in the West Bank.
Berlin and Tel Aviv share many similarities — they’re both über cool cities for the cultural and creative. Here’s what makes both Berlin & Tel Aviv so cool.
The nature park located at Preisterweg in Berlin is a wooded nature park where graffiti tagging is allowed.
When most people think of Vienna, opera houses and dead classical composers probably come to mind. At least, that’s what I expected before I visited the city over the summer. Vienna has a big reputation for being a “pretty” European capital. Each European city seems to have it’s charming adjective: romantic Paris, sprawling London, cheap …
A lame attempt as part of the Hipsters Around the World series on travelsofadam.com. Haifa is Israel’s 3rd (or maybe 4th…I’m not sure) largest city. (Actually, defining an Israeli’s city size is a complicated, political affair—one I don’t really want to get into.) Well, whatever. It’s a big city and it’s in northern Jerusalem where …