The fourth LUX video showing many fresh styles from ST: Petersburg, Russia, check it out!
This amazing wall was painted by artits Hets, Leon and Ligisd in the district of Beyoglu in central Istanbul in Turkey. Part of a large cultural festival organized and sponsored by the municipality of Beyoglu, and the cultural department of the city of Gothemburg with the help of Street Corner, Melis Kapagli from Beyoglu and Daniel Terres. The painting process took three days in front of a parking lot where we met loads of friendly people welcoming the new wall.
Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, and it really feels like a capital, it’s a cosmopolite city full of life. You’ll find everything you need, and more! One minute you’ll think you’re in Paris at a charming café and the next you’re at the hottest nightclub in Barcelona! Buenos Aires was populated by immigrants mostly from Spain, Italy and other european countries centuries ago which makes for a city full of contrast and a very european vibe, both in architecture and food culture. Buenos Aires is big, and some barrios (neighborhoods) aren’t very safe but don’t worry, there’s enough walls to go around in San Telmo, Recoleta, Palermo, Chacarita and Vila Crespo! Barrio Palermo, Chacarita and Vila Crespo are great for a walk along the train tracks, you’ll find loads of graff, but also many empty walls for you to bomb!
Steph is a traveling photographer that’s documenting the worlds largest art collection, one street at the time. Check out allyouseeiscrimeinthecity.com for online travel guides and great photos! Follow her on Instagram for daily updates from her trips!
Here you have some runnings from Malmö, Sweden.