Street art cities
These are some of the street art cities and projects that we support all around the world! Check this list of websites, which promote modern art in its different possibilities: tours, festivals, events, workshops…
Liga nacional de graffiti, Spain
A unique community of graffiti artists, formed by the best writers in Spain. Only the best hiperrealist graff artists competing for the first price in the Spanish national graffiti league. Check their Twitch events all around the country! B-R-A-V-O!
Street art cities, Antwerp (Belgium)
The first global online platform and app for street art lovers, hunters and photographers. Share your pictures, walls and spots with other travellers. More than that, it’s a community where to meet fellow art activists from all over the world. Don’t forget to join their forum!
ISSA is a non-commercial website designed to inform and support street art from all over the world. A huge database of artists, galleries, interviews, upcoming festivals and exhibitions. It’s also an independent and open sourced urban art platform run by a small team of street art enthusiasts. They’re located in several countries and driven by a common passion.
Another Scratch in the Wall, Milan (Italy)
This is speally curated blog & cultural project which raises awareness about the street art and graffiti movements across Italy. They are based in Milan, where they also run urban art tours for visitors who are interested in discovering this beautiful Italian city in an alternative way.
Art in Progress, Patras (Greece)
A non-profit organisation which focuses on the design, development and implementation of artistic, cultural, environmental and educational events. Their main goal is bringing the contemporary Greek and international artistic artworks to the citizens of Patras.
Awesome Athens experiences, (Greece)
Kalliopi and Thomas, a young Greek couple who will grant you the opportunity to explore the different neighborhoods’ large and small streets, and access to the wonderful street art surrounding Athens. Join them on an journey if you are a passionate graffiti lover.
Their tours are meant to be an urban experience. They’ve been in the game since 2011, reinvesting the money that they receive from their services, in the local graffiti scene. The project is run by an Aussie street artist and a Canadian graffiti writer who decide to share Bogota’s unique and prolific urban art scene.
Juma Art tours, Cape Town (South Africa)
The goal of Juma Art Tours is creating a positive and sustainable change. Juma promotes responsible tourism in which guests are able to make an impact, while immersing in the local culture they are visiting. Juma connects the wealth of local artists who are eager to get their voices heard to the public, and brings the tourists from all over the world to the social daily life of South Africans.
Sofia graffiti tours, Bulgaria
First graffiti tours in Bulgaria. Guide’s mission is taking visitors to the capital’s off-the-beaten-tracks to experience Sofia’s alternative atmosphere, layered with stories and urban art. They organize exhibitions, workshops, the annual Sofia Graffiti Battle festival, and local initiatives to improve the urban space.
Greetings from Utrecht, (Netherlands)
This project is led by Didi Steen, a communication advisor and former journalist who is interested in documenting street art. She opened in 2016 an Instagram account, and her motivation towards entrepreneuring led all the way to a successful tourism related project.
Wallin, Gent (Belgium)
An organization led by two street art lovers which creates opportunities for artists and upgrades the streetscape. They specialize in murals and projects where graffiti is the leading actor. Creativity, transparency and quality are their portfolio most important values. Check them out!