On Ašmenos street today. It’s extremely cold – the cold wave has crossed the Atlantic. Last year I went somewhere warm around this time… I wish I could do the same now.
Legal graffiti: inclusive urban art or “farted radicalism”?
On the 9th of September I attended a street art event, co-organised by Julijus G. There is a group of people who promote graffiti in Lithuania as a legal form of urban art, which engages the people who hang out in the spaces decorated. The people who organise such events are a group of young enthusiasts willing to legalise graffiti …
Graffiti and other street art in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is a very colourful city with various spaces. Some of these spaces feel more bourgeois, others feel cosy and simple. Therefore the city is a good playground for people who like to make some kind of contribution to the way the city looks like. South Tel Aviv, where I live, is especially rich in street art.