Teufelsberg Calling

Set a few miles West from the centre of Berlin is a former US listening station called Teufelsberg. For much of the Cold War, the Americans and British used the Teufelsberg – a 120-metre hill in the west of Berlin to eavesdrop – for surveillance over Warsaw Pact countries. It has now laid empty for…

Sokar Time

A regular to the street art scene around the city of Berlin and around the world – artist Sokar Uno held his very first exhibition at the ‘Factory Berlin’ in Germany launching late April 2018. Held in his homeland the exhibition ‘Delirium’ was a chance to showcase his talents in creating art that encapsulates vintage…

Crystal Phlegm

Welsh cartoonist and illustrator Phlegm was invited to take part in Belgium’s premier street art event held yearly in Ostend. The Crystal Ship took place during the first week of the Belgian Easter holidays (3-8th April 2017) where over twenty international street artists attended including big names like Axel Void, Alexis Diaz, Juane and C215….

Seven hills of Lisbon

GUEST BLOGGER NEIL PATTERSON POSTS ON HIS LATEST TRIP TO THE CITY OF LISBON AND HOW TO MAKE THE BEST OF A SHORT TRIP THERE TO VIEW ALL THE CITY’S STREET ART By @l7matrix A post shared by The Deaf Guy (@np4tterson) on Mar 30, 2017 at 9:24am PDT Massive wall 😱 by #novecinco @novecinco…

NuArt: Jaune

Hailing from Brussels in Belgium, street artist Jaune is best known for his stencil work featuring workmen going about their daily routines. For a few days in September the artist visited the Norwegian port of Stavanger to take part in the city’s NuArt festival. Since 2011 his familiar workmen began appearing on walls when he…

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The NuArt Festival is Norway’s largest street art event which has been running since the turn of the millennium throughout the city of Stavanger. Over the years it has attracted a high callibre of international street artists with the 2016 cast of an equally high standard. Featured throughout the Scandanavian city are pasteups, stencils, installations,…

Broken-Hearted-Europe

The NuArt festival is an international contemporary street and urban art festival held annually in Stavanger, Norway since 2001. A brief visit in September this year revealed a lot of text-based art around the Norwegian city by artist Robert Montgomery. Robert was born in Scotland but now lives in London and here we can see…

Cool towers

On a recent trip to the Ukraine there was an opportunity to visit Chernobyl and the area close to the nuclear reactors. The first location was at some deserted cooling towers on the site of the never completed Chernobyl Reactor 5. On arrival two great structures could be seen in the distance, with one an…

Going Underground

A recent trip to the capital city of the Czech Republic unearthed some great street art including this discovery in an underground tube station. A visit to the Mustek station revealed a cross between a Dr Who and Blake Seven studio set with lots of concrete and yellow moulded spheres along the station. Some remedial…

Choose to be happy.

A recent trip to the Czech capital of Prague unearthed some great examples of street art littered throughout the ornate streets of the captivating city. But just a stones throw away from the hotel was this huge mural by local artist Pasta Oner set amongst a busy roundabout and tram junction in the suburb of…

A very large and busy coach station stood next to a rather desolate and empty train station in Serbia’s capital city – Belgrade. The bleak train station was lacking in any colour and character so it was quite a surprise to notice that the single train on a platform was covered in some colourful graffiti.

Sticker pack from Bytedust

My sticker pack from Dutch designer Bytedust arrived earlier this week! Here are some photos of the glorious stickers included – from bunnies to clouds! The pack consisted of various sized stickers from minute square stickers to full blown A4 vinyl stickers!