Dubai is the kind of place that has so much Instagram-worthy potential, you'll run out of camera memory before you run out of subjects.
As a lover of street art and all things colourful, as soon as I found out about Kampung Pelangi's existence, I was drawn to Wonosari, Semarang in Indonesia like a moth to a bright light. I knew I must visit and see it for myself.
On display in Singapore from January 13 to June 3rd 2018 at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore is the 'Art From The Streets' exhibition.
Wonderfully curated by Magda Danysz the exhibition features many artworks by pioneers and prolific artists within the street art community. This includes a large collection of works by Shepard Fairey (Obey), a piece by Banksy, plus many works by various artists created exclusively for the exhibition.
Lisbon street art hotspot, Calçada do Lavra.
The Ascensor do Lavra (Lavra Tram) on Calçada do Lavra in Lisbon, Portugal. An area of Lisbon covered in a significant amount of street art.
Sitting pretty on the UNESCO World Heritage list, Sintra certainly isn't a town where you going to find any graffiti, nevertheless, I am always on the lookout for urban art.
Camden Town mural hot spots and a selection of my favourite street art & graffiti collected on recent visits to London over the past 4 years.
A LITTLE SLICE OF RASTAFARI PARADISE
This long established and definitely not your average beach-bar set along the River Spree has been Berlin's Rasta headquarters for the past 15 years.
A definite must see in Berlin for both art and history lovers is the East Side Gallery.
Located near the city's centre, this international memorial for freedom is the most extensive open-air gallery in the world, spanning 1.3 kilometres and features 101 images painted onto a remaining section of the Berlin Wall.
While in Berlin the East Side Gallery is always high on my list of things to see.