Vhils has been developing a very unique visual language, starting out from the more illegal and interventive side of graffiti, working the removal of surface layers of walls, objects and other, non-conventional media, which aim symbolically to establish a relation of continuity between cultural and social disparities.
The municipality of Estarreja has created a consistent street art route that started with the inspiring work of Bordallo II, depicting a colourful Kingfisher out of waste. This work can be seen in the municipal park of Antuã, in Estarreja.
It’s amazing how street art can give a whole new life to cities and during FUSING Culture Experience, the city of Figueira da Foz became even more appealing and vibrant! Curated by WOOL, the street artist Add Fuel has conceived a fantastic mural made of typical Portuguese tiles in a beautiful area of the city.
The city of Fundão is not only about mouth-watering red-passion cherries. The lacework creations of the Polish artist Nespoon have surely put Fundão on the street art map in Portugal!
Inspired by the major novel of one of the most outstanding Portuguese writers of all times, Eça de Queirós, The Crime of Father Amaro, the municipality of Leiria has created a street art tour based on high-dimensioned canvas of the artist Sílvia Patrício, depicting the main scenes of the plot and placed on the most
Viseu is famous for its rich historical heritage, along with a unique gastronomy and outstanding wines. But there’s more to it! Old buildings, once abandoned or somehow forgotten, are now bursting with life and colour thanks to the creative work of several street artists who were invited by the municipality to leave their incredible mark
Street art continues to fill up the cities of Centro de Portugal with colour and passion. From Aveiro to Covilhã the most remarkable street artists are leaving their fantastic imprints on the steadily changing city streets.
No doubt that the city of Covilhã is becoming the centre of urban art in the region of Centro de Portugal thanks to the creative action of Wool Fest – Covilhã Art Festival. This Festival honours Covilhã’s glorious past as one of the most important wool-producing cities in Portugal and aims to be a major urban art reference in the country.