POLAND: Photographer Agnieszka Pisarska – Piece of Streetart

Photographer and passionate streetart hunter Agnieszka Pisarska continuously delivers fantastic works of urban art on her Instagram channel Piece of Streetart, not only from her hometown of Wrocław, but from all over Poland. There are now more than 1500 photos in her archive, it’s worth taking a look! The eager art lover is constantly on the move and, according to her own words, does “always many things at once.” And when a lot is done, a lot of interesting things are created. Here on the Vagabundler platform, Angnieszka not only works on the Streetart Map Wrocław, but also contributes galleries to many Polish cities and countless photos for the maps of Gdańsk, Łódź and Warsaw. She has several other platforms and accounts about architecture and nature, does interesting collages and designs fabulous selfmade puppets.

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GERMANY: Photographer Jörg Rudolph – Dosenkunst – Graffiti in the Rhine-Main-Area

Today we are going to introduce you to a terrific website that had a great impact on me and basically was together with some other important platforms and magazines an inspiring factor to start this Vagabundler project. For more than ten years now, the platform Dosenkunst by photographer Jörg Rudolph has been delivering fantastic graffiti material from the Rhine-Main area in Germany or from overseas, with awesome making-of reports, extensive background information and adventurous Urbex stories.

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CANADA: Streetart Montréal – Muralfestival – Annual Artist Gallery

The Muralfestival in Montréal is the greatest urban art festival in town and provides annually brilliant creations in innercity space. Since 2012 when the first event took place for three days there are local and international artists invited to leave artful beautifications in the city scenery. Every year the area around Saint-Laurent Boulevard changes into a creative festival area.

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SWEDEN: Streetart Stockholm – Kulturkvarter Snösätra – Graffiti Wall Of Fame – […meanwhile demolished…]

The Kulturkvarter Snösätra with its Graffiti Wall of Fame was one of the greates open art galleries in Europe, unfortunately it has been torn down in September 2020, but here in our archive are a lot of photos of the great works on this former awesome colorful lost place. The streetart hot spot was located in the remote south of Stockholm in a disused industrial park near Rågsved. This building complex lay fallow for years and gradually fell apart. It was a small deserted ghost town that was avoided. But that should change completely. In 2014, a group was able to convince the landowners that certain walls can be painted. This started a transformation of this area into one of the largest graffiti exhibitions in Europe.

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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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PARAGUAY: Streetart Asunción – Dr. Francia

Asunción has a lively and well-functioning shipping traffic. Especially with such maritime trading centers, the harbor district is always an interesting place with many warehouses and large walls and therefore also for graffiti and murals. You just have to search and explore the area, and you will find heaps of handsome masterpieces in hidden streets. The neighborhoods of Sajonia, San Antonio and Dr Francia by the harbor are particularly recommended for finding streetart, while some other good districts for urban art are located along the Paraguay River around the center. But basically you can find graffiti throughout the whole beautiful and green city. Check out our findings and keep your eyes open!

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MALTA: Streetart Gżira and Manoel Island

Apart from the promenade, Manoel Island and Duck Village, the district Gżira is rather bare when it comes to street art and graffiti. You find really little, but a few spots are therefore super nice. There is definitely the JUNGLE JOY bar in the Triq L-Msida 2 to mention. The alternative and cosy shop always has good music and the local artist COOKER has painted the interior and part of the exterior facade with colourful jungle animals. At the Bubble Tea Shop GOG on the promenade of Gżira, COOKER has also conjured up a grandiose mural featuring a psycho rabbit. The exact address is 133 The Strand. Right around the corner in Strand Hotel in 115 there is also an interesting painting in the lobby.

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GERMANY: Stencil Streetart at its Best – TONA

You can find the small to large children figures made by stencil artist TONA meanwhile all around the globe on house walls and corners. Again and again the sprayed faces in somtimes simple as well in odd and bizarre places surprise and refresh the street image. The sprayer and stencil artist from Hamburg began graffiti art early on, but then focused more and more on stencil work. Whether on screenprint, on stickers or even on the wall in an urban space, TONA decorates his surroundings and, when travelling, the surroundings of others with small interesting brighteners and artistic delicacies. All you have to do is keep your eyes open as you walk through the city.

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