Kick Hass

Street art has been very thin on the ground in Cardiff during this lockdown period for obvious reasons but as things are eased and people are allowed out more than once a day now it seems colourful street art is starting to make a resurgence. On Cardiff’s City Road in Cathays this really colourful peacock…

Black Lives Matter

The coronavirus may have grinded down daily life across the country – but for one wall in Cardiff it still seemed like ‘business as usual’ as it had many makeovers since lockdown began in March 2020. Firstly some Cardiff-based artists painted a very powerful plea for Cardiffians to ‘Keep clean and Stay safe’ in these…

Statues of liberty

As the UK along with the rest of the world manages to cope with the Coronavirus outbreak as only Britons can – we still like to keep humour levels high whatever we are going through! And at the heart of Cardiff Bay that is no different where someone has put medical masks on the prominent…

Stay at Home

As the Coronavirus pandemic gets to grips with British life – it’s good to see that some people have managed to get out and provide an important message to the rest of us. Firstly someone in Cardiff has used the many billboards dotted around the city to provide a positive outlook. They have been posting…

Keep clean – stay safe

As the coronavirus grinds down normality and day to day life across the country – a few Cardiff-based artists have spruced up a wall in the capital with a very important message. Painting a very powerful plea for Cardiffians to ‘Keep clean and Stay safe’ in these distressing times. Organised by Oner Signs the street…

Reign of Kera

A regular visitor to the Capital City of Wales – Kera is a German graphic designer and street artist born and living in Berlin. You may recognise some of his geometric work already around the streets of Cardiff? Painting at both Empty Walls festivals in the city the artist has returned once again to complete…

Hungary for street art

Wales were on the brink of qualifying for their third ever major football tournament which meant that thousands of Hungary football fans were in town and ready for a crunch clash in the Euro 2020 qualifying game at the Cardiff City Stadium. The game finished with a confident Wales beating the visitors 2-0 – resulting…

Super Mario World

Cardiff’s longest serving legal graffiti wall in the Grangetown part of the capital has always attracted a wide variety of street art over the years. And 2019 is no different as the ever changing 130m wall has recently been given a Nintendo makeover featuring the classic Mario Land / Super Mario World. Taking over a…

Aerosol psycho

A relatively new location in the heart of Cardiff city centre is Callaghan Square which has attracted a range of street art over the last two years. Set amongst a burgeoning business ‘quarter’ and road system – these two concrete walls have been painted by local artists Rmer, Hoxe and Unity most since the beginning….

Cofiwch Dryweryn

First we must begin with a quick history lesson unearthing why this graffiti is important in Wales. Once again normal service has been resumed. This time in less than 24hrs #CofiwchDryweryn #irgad #Tryweryn pic.twitter.com/hnAdABjOOK — Jez (@Jez_B) April 14, 2019 ‘Cofiwch Dryweryn’ which translated into English means ‘Remember Tryweryn’ – is a phrase that was…

Under the arches

An ever changing Cardiff helps bring different parts of the city to life with more places for street art to exist within the current confines. What was once the old Collingdon Road sprouted into a mega four lane avenue transporting people from the City Centre to the new area of Cardiff Bay. An area once…

Pr0les Pr0file

There’s a new kid on the block and his work is popping up on many old blocks around Cardiff recently. Predominently using pasteups – here is one of his first pieces pasted on an empty building situated on Cowbridge Road in Canton. Highlighting the plight of the homeless and the amount of empty buildings in…