5 Tips to take into consideration before applying to a street art festival

A complete guide to submit your application to a street art festival. Check the most important steps to follow. … Read More

Graffiti tags. How to think globally and act in local areas this autumn 2020?

By the time this article is being published, there might be hundreds of people around the world painting graffiti tags in the streets. Moreover, teenagers and adults alike belong to a close community that increases its numbers every day. According … Read More

Guide to understand the XXI century stencil graffiti: artists, skills, ‘how to’…

Everything you wanted to know about the stencil graffiti art explained in a 3 minutes passage. … Read More

Spanish street art artists who have performed at 6 really odd locations.

Spanish street art that you might classify as completely odd because of its location. … Read More

Modern urban art creators that you should follow in Spain before 2021.

Cooltourspain presents you the most talented modern urban art creators in Spain! … Read More

5 Insider details about a graffiti festival. Which one is the best in Spain?

How is a graffiti festival organized like? Who manages the artists, galleries and sponsors? … Read More

What’s an art walk in Madrid like after Covid-19? Rediscover your city!

Join an alternative art walk in Madrid to discover the city’s best street art. Have you already seen the newest graffiti murals? … Read More

The most incredible wall murals featured at the 1st Spanish graffiti league!

These are some of the most talented wall murals in our country. Have you ever seen the artworks of the following professionals? … Read More

Art from the streets, Madrid. XIX – XXI century cultural heritage and graffiti

Walking around Madrid city council’s 605 square kilometers will offer you the opportunity to observe how time has changed the urban landscape. Whether you are interested in classic monuments/ buildings or modern street art and graffiti, this city may interest … Read More

Who are the 2020 throw up graffiti kings and queens in Madrid, Spain?

According to Borja Carabante, Madrid’s urban environment & mobility head officer, the local city council spends 2.645.000€ a year cleaning throw up graffiti in buildings and roads. Moreover, it approximately costs 10.780€ a day to hire a team of 28 … Read More