Street art to Porto - Portugal
The half-rabbit is one of the city's most exciting works of street art.
It was created by Portuguese artist Bordallo II. It is made up of recycled materials and pieces of scrap metal collected from all over the city.... Voir plus
São João is a special mural that perfectly describes what the celebration of São João means: the feeling that, no matter what, the celebration is also an inner "thing".
A hammer with two legs, a giant balloon reachi... Voir plus
Draw's AN.FI. TRIÃO depicts an old, kind-faced man holding out his hand and welcoming visitors into the city. There is speculation that the man in the picture is said to represent the artist's grandfather.
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In 2018, more than 60 street artists participated in an initiative labeled "Verão é no Porto" (Summer is in Porto). They were tasked with beautifying the city and creating paintings that depicted traditional and modern lif... Voir plus
This work was created by Spanish artist Sam 3.
The image depicts an almost eerie silhouette of a man stretching his open mouth with his fingers.
This is the artistic signature of Sam3, who creates paintings in... Voir plus
This piece, named "Look at Porto" but affectionately referred to as "Vhils" was commissioned by the local council in 2016.
Vhils displays a pair of peering eyes looking out across the city. Alexandre Farto is a Lisb... Voir plus
First imagined in 2012 as part of a thesis, Circus Network is located near Miguel Bombarda street, also known as the arts block. This place functions as a gallery, store, CoWork space, and creative agency, but always with... Voir plus
Porto's D. Quixote is located on the corner of Rua Miguel Bombarda and Rua de Diogo Brandão, in the city's historic center. The work's location places it in one of Porto's most artistic districts.
Location aside, th... Voir plus
This gigantic psychedelic mural was created by Joana Vasconcelos. It stretches along the side of the restaurant. The work measures around 20 meters in length and was commissioned by the Steak n Shake restaurant.
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Tamara Alves was invited to create a mural on the theme of the European pillar of social rights for the European summit in Porto.
The artist wanted to evoke unity, freedom and fraternity. "We are one, like a string o... Voir plus
The Trindade mural is one of Porto's most iconic pieces of street art. The work was commissioned by the local government in 2014 and is the result of a collaboration between Mr Dheo and Hazul.
Trindade is a combinat... Voir plus
Local graffiti artist GODMESS has created several amazing street art pieces in Porto and Lisbon. Close to the 24 de Agosto metro station in the city centre, you will see his piece "Aguadeiras"
The stunning piece cov... Voir plus