When someone talks about street art and graffiti, many probably think of big names like Banksy and Basquiat, or of the great metropolises like London, New York, Sao Paulo and Berlin. In fact, graffiti is now a reason many people choose to travel and there are increasingly more tours dedicated to street art. Some cities …
Photos and stories of street art, graffiti and public murals from around the world – a great inspiration for travel, with reports from street art festivals
Photos from the annual street art iBug Festival in Saxony – a celebration of international diversity in urban art with 120 artists from 17 countries
Ehrenfeld in Cologne is a great place to discover Cologne street art. This mural by Belgian artist ROA is one of the highlights
One of Shoreditch’s newest street art murals is a piece by Alexis Diaz – an hybrid Elephant Octopus – beautifully detailed & depicted
A truly alternative tour of Berlin’s street art and sustainability projects
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.