Street Art and more alternative things to see in Paris' Belleville neighborhood. Tap the image to discover one of the coolest neighborhoods in Paris! Street Art, Street Artists, Graffiti, Inspiration, Paris, Murals Street Art, Destinations, Best Street Art, France Travel
Street Art in Belleville, Paris
Street Art and more alternative things to see in Paris' Belleville neighborhood. Tap the image to discover one of the coolest neighborhoods in Paris!
Vitry-sur-Seine: Exploring Paris Street Art Hub
Vitry-sur-Seine, located just a few train stops from the heart of Paris, is widely regarded as Paris street art hub. Discover more on www.blocal-travel.com
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Street Art in Ghent: the City Through the Eyes of its Best Artists
Street Art in Italy | Buff Monster in Sardinia Buff Monster first made his mark in the streets of LA in 2001 with his iconic poster pastings. After making the move to New York in 2010, he shifted his focus to creating vibrant and eye-catching murals that have become his signature style. Since 2012, he has been weaving an ongoing narrative featuring his beloved melty ice creams. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia! Urban, New York Graffiti
Mural by Buff Monster in Olbia, Sardinia
Street Art in Italy | Buff Monster in Sardinia Buff Monster first made his mark in the streets of LA in 2001 with his iconic poster pastings. After making the move to New York in 2010, he shifted his focus to creating vibrant and eye-catching murals that have become his signature style. Since 2012, he has been weaving an ongoing narrative featuring his beloved melty ice creams. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!
Mural by Alice Pasquini in San Gavino, Sardinia. There are over 70 murals in San Gavino Monreale! Tap the image to find them in my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia! Sao Paulo, Italy, Sardinia
Alice Pasquini street art in Sardinia
Mural by Alice Pasquini in San Gavino, Sardinia. There are over 70 murals in San Gavino Monreale! Tap the image to find them in my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!
Street Art in Italy, Sassari, Sardinia: Majestic mural painted by BLU in 2014 to encourage reflection on the weight of military servitudes on the island. There is no place in Europe more militarized than Sardinia. 65% of the Italian military land, which includes permanent defense structures, is located on the island. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!
Street Art Italy | Mural by BLU in Sassari, Sardinia.
Street Art in Italy, Sassari, Sardinia: Majestic mural painted by BLU in 2014 to encourage reflection on the weight of military servitudes on the island. There is no place in Europe more militarized than Sardinia. 65% of the Italian military land, which includes permanent defense structures, is located on the island. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!
Street Art Italy | Mural by BLU in Sassari, Sardinia. BLU‘s mural from 2012, which featured giant hands trading vials filled with industries, airplanes, missiles, and tanks. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!
Street Art Sardinia: Mural by BLU in Sassari
Street Art Italy | Mural by BLU in Sassari, Sardinia. BLU‘s mural from 2012, which featured giant hands trading vials filled with industries, airplanes, missiles, and tanks. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!
Street Art by Andrea Casciu in Castelsardo, Sardinia, Italy. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide! Italian Street
Andrea Casciu Street Art Italy
Street Art by Andrea Casciu in Castelsardo, Sardinia, Italy. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide!
Street Art in Nuoro, Sardinia, Italy. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia! Sardinia, Italy
Street Art in Sardinia: Nuoro
Street Art in Nuoro, Sardinia, Italy. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!
Street Art by Basik in Aggius, Sardinia: the mural juxtaposes bandits and graffiti writers, both living and acting outside the law, symbolizing the connection between tradition and contemporaneity, and leaving a mark on the urban landscape. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia! Vacation Ideas, Ideas
Street Art Sardinia: Basik in Aggius
Street Art by Basik in Aggius, Sardinia: the mural juxtaposes bandits and graffiti writers, both living and acting outside the law, symbolizing the connection between tradition and contemporaneity, and leaving a mark on the urban landscape. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!
Treze's graffiti legacy and more street art in Sabadell, Barcelona, Spain. Tap the image to read my Sabadell street art travel guide! Barcelona, Barcelona Spain, Barcelona Street
Street art in Sabadell, Spain
Treze's graffiti legacy and more street art in Sabadell, Barcelona, Spain. Tap the image to read my Sabadell street art travel guide!
San Sperate is a little village in Sardinia where Italy's mural art is born. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia! Contemporary Art, Muralist
Muralism in San Sperate, Italy's Paese Museo
San Sperate is a little village in Sardinia where Italy's mural art is born. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!
San Sperate: Italy’s “Paese Museo” (Museum Town) in Sardinia, Italy. This is where Italian muralism is born! Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia! Museums
Political Muralism in San Sperate, Sardinia
San Sperate: Italy’s “Paese Museo” (Museum Town) in Sardinia, Italy. This is where Italian muralism is born! Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!
Mural by Colombian street artist Bastardilla in San Gavino, Sardinia. There are over 70 murals in San Gavino Monreale! Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia! Public Art
Bastardilla street art in Sardinia
Mural by Colombian street artist Bastardilla in San Gavino, Sardinia. There are over 70 murals in San Gavino Monreale! Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!
Mural by Andrea Casciu in San Gavino, Sardinia. “Mr. Crocus” (2016) by Sardinian street artist Andrea Casciu is a double mural that contemplates the fragility of human beings. The two murals portray -respectively- men’s birth and death through a symbolic representation of saffron, a renowned product of San Gavino. The village is the largest national producer of saffron, with an annual festival dedicated to this product. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia! Andrea, Crocus
Street Art by Andrea Casciu in Sardinia
Mural by Andrea Casciu in San Gavino, Sardinia. “Mr. Crocus” (2016) by Sardinian street artist Andrea Casciu is a double mural that contemplates the fragility of human beings. The two murals portray -respectively- men’s birth and death through a symbolic representation of saffron, a renowned product of San Gavino. The village is the largest national producer of saffron, with an annual festival dedicated to this product. Tap the image to read my Street Art Travel Guide of Sardinia!