Porto in Portugal is beautiful city to visit for a short stay and some great murals and graffiti can also be found in its different neighbourhoods and outskirts, as Matt Fox-Tucker of Buenos Aires Street Art discovered. Continue reading →
The island of Bali is a great place to check out street art and graffiti with a number of artworks relating to local animals, culture and religion. Buenos Aires Street Art‘s Matt Fox-Tucker was there a few months ago and took these photos. Continue reading →
The sad news that Ernest Zacharevic’s fantastic installation ‘Rage against the Machine’ in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia has been destroyed, inspired this blog post about street art and graffiti in the Malaysian capital. Photos by Matt Fox-Tucker of Buenos Aires Street Art. Continue reading →
Palermo is a great place to find street art and graffiti with many works also relating to the city’s history and the mafia too, as Matt Fox-Tucker of Buenos Aires Street Art discovered.
Museo a Cielo Abierto in the district of San Miguel in Santiago de Chile is one of the best places in the country to see street art with more than 30 murals measuring 85 m2 each in one place, as Matt Fox-Tucker of BA Street Art discovered.
Havana is a great place to check out murals and graffiti with its colonial architecture and abandoned buildings providing a rich urban canvas. BA Street Art’s Matt Fox-Tucker was visiting Cuba this month and took these photos documenting the murals and artworks to be found around the capital. Continue reading →
Roa, PichiAvo, Defo, Jen Zie and Martin Ron finished new artworks at the North West Walls project on the site of the Rock Werchter music festival in Belgium. The project was curated by Belgian artist Arne Quinze setting the artists the challenge of painting three giant container towers.