If you’ve been following this site for a while, you know that I am a huge fan of street art. And one thing I love about New York City is …
This week’s Polaroid features 5 Pointz, New York City’s street art mecca – an abandoned factory where street artists from around the world paint colorful graffiti.
Seville is easily our favorite city in Spain. The vibe is a great combination of typical Spanish tapas bars, wine and flamenco dance but also a vibrant young art scene. Check out this street art!
Both cities are built on seven hills. They both have street cars…but the more we explored Lisbon, we uncovered just how connected these 2 (unintentional) twin cities really are! Read on to find out what else San Francisco has in common with Lisbon.
Even though we are ‘meh’ about San Jose, Costa Rica’s capital, we found some amazing street art while we were walking around the city – have a look.
It’s my fourth time in Tucson and I am amazed about how much the downtown area has been changing since my first visit in 2010! My favorite discovery this year: some excellent new street art!
Montreal is known for its French feel, but who knew that there would be such a great street art scene. We loved this Mexican mama, tattoo and all!
The wide open spaces in Ontario and Quebec contrast entirely with the urban scenes of street art around every corner in cities like Montreal, Toronto, Quebec City and Ottawa. Find out which city has the best street art according to the two of us Street Art fan girls!
I finally found a Gregos in New York City! You have no idea what I’m talking about? Read on to find out more about my Gregos quest…