Belgrade isn't the prettiest city, but it's definitely interesting. It's been razed to the ground 44 times in its history; it's still settling into itself, trying to find its identity. Street art is a part of this. You'll see it all over the city, some of it created through local… Read more of "A street art guide to Belgrade"
Oaxaca is a colourful city. The buildings are bright yellow and orange and blue. Women in embroidered huipiles sell tropical fruits in doorways and VW beetles of every colour whizz down the streets. And then there's the street art. Walk around the city for any length of time and you'll… Read more of "A street art guide to Oaxaca, Mexico"
During our summer in Europe we ended up staying in lots of cities with big street art scenes – Lisbon, Berlin, Bologna and now Valencia. But unlike the other cities, we didn't have to look at maps or hunt it down here. Street art is all over the place in Valencia… Read more of "A street art guide to Valencia"
Bologna's historic buildings are covered in tags, with new ones popping up all the time. Like Lisbon and George Town, street art is encouraged in Bologna. But if you want to see the good stuff, you need to get out of the city centre. Via del Lavoro Northeast of the… Read more of "A street art guide to Bologna"
Lisbon is covered in graffiti. There are tags on the crumbling homes of Mouraria, colourful paintings on the streets of Barrio Alto and huge murals on the abandoned buildings of the business district. Rather than being seen as a nuisance, street art is encouraged here, some of the pieces have… Read more of "A street art guide to Lisbon"
One of the reasons that George Town is such a great place to walk around is the street art. From tiny sketches tucked around corners to huge murals on buildings, there is art everywhere and new pieces are popping up all the time. George Town's street art scene kicked off… Read more of "Street art in George Town"