Intro

Welcome to Vagabundler!

A wonderful ragbag for alternative travelers and street art fans. On this platform you can find interesting reportages including detailed routes, elaborate country maps and coverages on creative artists. There is a whole section about interviews with unique people and their amazing work, as well about crazy events and interesting sustaining projects from all around the world. With a special preference and focus on Streetart and Graffiti the colour-on-the-wall-lovers can find an huge area with city maps, location trackers and thousands of photos. We are continuously working on the website, loading up and constructing. All respect to the artists! As well to all the people meanwhile involved in this non profit project. We do this voluntarily because we love it and we want to support the art scene, creativity in general and socio-cultural understanding between us on this planet. If you find any mistakes or missing information, feel free to write us. We are creating, building and changing on this website all the time – but – of course!  If there is free time…. we travel and explore!!!


LATEST POSTS

>>> INTERNATIONAL COLLECTIVE >>> 

More Creatives, Streetart Hunters and Vagabundlers joined, we have heaps of new articles and photographs. Especially Frank Hofmann is building up the enourmous Hamburg Streetart Map with meanwhile 1020 spots and more than 6000 photos!

Salvador Seda (GraffiPreBicentenario) from Chile joined and is building up the Streetart Map of Angol!

Holger Peter (PeterEatAndArt) from Berlin joined and is building up the Streetart Map of Berlin with extensive infos about the artists and meanwhile with over 2000 pages and more than 10000 photos.

Milau Lutumba (Delutu) from France joined and is building up the Streetart Map of Paris!

Agnieszka Pisarska (Piece of Streetart) contributes great galleries of cities in Poland and is building up the Streetart Map of Wrocław!

Patrice Loranger (PLoranger4417) from Canada joined and is building up the Streetart Map of Montreal.

Fiona Lu (City.Features) from Canada joined and is building up the Streetart Map of Vancouver.

Caley Costley (BobBleu) from California, USA joined and is building up the Streetart Map of Los Angeles.

Matthias Busch  joined and is building up the Streetart Map of Austin in Texas, USA.

Luigi Savoia from Italy joined and is building up the Streetart Map of Turin.

Analiá Pertusi aka Perts Jam joined and is building up a fantastic archive for the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires.

Julien Canadas from France joined and contributes great photos and also videos for the Toulouse Map.

Bart Hagel aka Street Art Damsko contributes awesome material for the Amsterdam Map.

Frankfurt Map reached 1150 spots and offers more than 15.000 photos to explore! As well there are lots of new updates to several places.

The Map

The worldmap with all the locations where we collected streetart and graffiti or did nice interviews. Click on the colored fields and check out the content of each country:

>>>  COUNTRIES

>>>  ALL ROUTES

Travel Reportages

CHILE: Streetart Angol – Abandoned Supermarket Urbex at José Luis Osorio

At the location of José Luis Osorio Street 10 in Angol is an abandoned and half-ruined building that used to be a supermarket many years ago. The former shopping place is totally run down and partly overgrown by nature, but it is as well a little streetart paradise and peppered with small to large interesting …

GERMANY: Streetart Berlin – Fantastic Parkaue Art Space – Graffiti Wall, Theatre and Community Center

The “Theater an der Parkaue”, called “Junges Staatstheater Berlin” in the Lichtenberg district, is one of the largest state theaters for young audiences in Germany. “Who owns the stage and what takes place here?” – With this question, the theater opened its stage in 2020 and founded the Parkaue Community Theater. The Parkaue became the …

NETHERLANDS: Longest Painting in Amsterdam – Foodstrip – KARSKI & BEYOND // BIER EN BROOD

In the summer of 2018, KARSKI & BEYOND and BIER EN BROOD joined forces to create the longest painting in Amsterdam. Commissioned by the Caransa group, a design was made for more than 160 meters in length, giving the client a lot of freedom. The entire wall was built especially for the artists. The two …