New York City is one of the coolest and hippest cities in the world, so it is no surprise their street art scene is on point.
Istanbul’s street art scene is growing rapidly. One of the reasons for this is the Mural Istanbul Festival in the Kadikoy neighborhood.
The Russian Government may go to great lengths to crack down on self-expression, but that is what makes the street art here so unique.
The historic city of Dublin has been smothered in street art over the last few years.
Berlin’s history is one of the most interesting in the world. The same is true for its street art, which has always been among the top in the world.
Street art is as Paris as the Louvre (, maybe depending on who you talk to, but you get the idea)!
Lodz is not only a hotspot for colorful, modern day street art, it also has a huge collection of historic graffiti.
We so much about Lisbon, the gorgeous port city and capital of Portugal, with its street art being the icing on the cake.
Ironically, the street art in Prague blossomed when it was strictly prohibited.
London has one of the oldest street art scenes in the world, but it has blossomed into one of the top hot spots for colorful expression in recent years.