ECUADOR: The love for Urban Art, Photography and a bit of Crazyness – Gail Lochner

The marvelous streets of Cuenca are paved with bright colors, grandiose architecture and astonishing Graffiti. On our platform you can see and learn more about the individual works of art from this great place in Ecuador on the Cuenca Map. The photographer of all these works is the loving-chaotic GAIL LOCHNER, a fabulous member of our Vagabundler collective. Check out her profile page and the map with numerous fantastic creations.

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CHILE: Streetart Angol – Muralismo and Graffiti in Angol – Urban Map Tutorial

Photographer, urban historian and documenter SALVADOR SEDA has been filling the street art map for the city of Angol in Chile for a long time. Countless great artworks with lots of background information and interviews with artists are already in the Vagabundler archive. Together with the Department of Cultural Extension (Centro Cultural) of the illustrious municipality of Angol he has now created an explanatory tutorial video on how to use the maps and the website.

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NETHERLANDS / GERMANY: Travelling and cleaning up the world – Urban Art Collection – NOMADS ON WHEELS

Travelling the world, doing helpful things and admire the beauty of exploring, this of course also includes coming across wonderful graffiti. Would be a dream! The two world explorers Thomas Adventurer and Diana Beekvelt aka NOMADS ON WHEELS live this idea to the fullest and also show others how to do it. It is possible to travel the world and also to save the planet, as well to document the wonderful nature, to meet interesting people and to encounter grandiose urban art!

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USA: Photographer, Digital Collagist and Streetart Hunter Caley Costley aka Bob Bleu

Caley Costley aka Bob Bleu is a street art photographer and art lover from Los Angeles who also creates wonderful works of art herself as a digital artist. The creative artist is part of the Vagabundler Collective and works on the map for the Californian city Los Angeles. but as well she creaties beautiful collages in her own comic style. In doing so, she often makes herself a comic figure and combines photographs that have been taken with these digital gimmicks. The result is interesting, colorful and warm-hearted, as well she often tries to draw attention to socially relevant issues through those creative messages.

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ARGENTINA: Photographer Analía Pertusi – Perts Jam – Streetart Map Buenos Aires

The photographer and streetart hunter Analía Pertusi not only lives in the city of good air called Buenos Aires, but also photographs and documents this fantastic good air atmosphere in a very creative and loving way. A few years ago she started her Instagram channel under the pseudonym Perts Jam, where you can regularly receive interesting streetart and graffiti content. Analía has a good eye for beauty, but at the same time she is a superb documenter and sees the overall picture. For the Vagabundler Project she works on the Streetart Map Buenos Aires and also contributes galleries and articles from places all over Argentina.

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CANADA: Montréal Streetart Hunter and Graffiti Seeker – Patrice Loranger

Patrice Loranger is a passionate streetart lover and explorer of urban creations. Continuously he takes awesome photographs of the wonderful graffiti artworks in his home city Montréal and also from other great places throughout Canada. As well he is committed to providing information about social projects and reports on charities and relief efforts. Patrice supports his city by highlighting issues and getting more attention to problems, but also to those who help. Here on the Vagabundler platform Patrice is building up the Streetart Map Montréal.

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FRANCE: Reporter and Réalisateur DELUTU aka MILAU K. LUTUMBA

Milau Lutumba aka Delutu is a passionate reporter, photographer and réalisateur from Paris, the wonderful capital of France. On his Instagram channel he provides nearly daily new super amazing artworks, mostly from his city, but also from other exciting places in France. As well he runs an interesting Facebook account and a recommendable Youtube channel with heaps of interviews and reportages. This guy is excitingly busy and provides really good stuff! Definitely worth to look at! Here on the Vagabundler website Milau is building up the Streetart Map of Paris with wonderful creations from the city of the Eiffel Tower on the river Seine.

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CHILE: Salvador J. Seda – Historian Streetart Hunter and GraffitiPreBicentenario

When you look on the photographs and the way how Salvador Seda presents and documents his fantastic findings you probably will get quite often the word historian in mind. He definitely is an ambitious street art hunter and as well a wonderful history lover with an excited focus and patient eye for the little details. Salvador is a searcher for the specialties what urban life can offer, gives impulses and tries as well to teach a little bit about the background of wall paintings in the city. At the moment he is building up the Streetart Map of Angol in Chile.

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GERMANY: Frank Hofmann – Informer, Stencil Artist and Graffiti Hunter

The innovative traveller, culture seeker and streetart hunter Frank Hofmann contributes regularly to the Vagabundler archive lots of fantastic graffiti images and interesting articles about impressive places. The graffiti seeker is currently filling the Hamburg Streetart Map with beautiful photo material! A big thank you also to Janine Lemke and Dirk Wesenberg for their contribution of heaps of photo footage! The Streetart Map Hamburg has meanwhile 850 spots divided into 12 categories with more than 4000 photos.

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IRELAND: The Icon Factory & The Icon Walk – Artist Aga Szot

This wonderful story is really one of the “greatest stories ever strolled”, as it is already written in the headline on the website of the Icon Factory in Dublin. This article will take this beautiful story further out into the world, with a readable artist conversation on the making and there is also an interesting podcast waiting for you to listen to. This is the story of the Icon Factory and the Icon Walk told by team member and visual artist Aga Szot in an interview.

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