Antwerp joins Street Art Cities

The City of Antwerp has officially joined the Street Art Cities network. A choice inspired by the more outdoors activities we all undertake due to coronavirus countermeasures pushing us outside. 

Street art is often associated with graffiti and murals, but can also be little 3D miniature scenes such as Elke Lemmens‘ ‘Amazing Boot Scrapers‘ project

It’s free, it’s easy, it’s coronaproof. 

Featured routes include ‘Street Art in District Berchem‘, ‘Comic Wall Route‘, ‘Street Art in District Deurne’, ‘Street Art in neighbourhood Het Eilandje‘, ‘Street Art in District Merksem‘, ‘Street Art in District Borgerhout‘, ‘Street Art in Luchtbal’, ‘Street Art in Wilrijk‘, ‘Street Art in Antwerp: Bike Tour‘.

Street Art Cities

Street Art Cities started in 2016 in Antwerp and in Heerlen and is now active worldwide in over 745 cities in 90 countries. It’s a site and it’s also an app. 

Featured image: Robbe, a gay character of ‘wtFOCK‘, Flanders‘ version of ‘Skam‘. Artwork by Smok

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