There was street art all over Zagreb, in random nooks and crannies of Croatia’s capital. In addition to the illicit tags and wheatpastes, I saw a lot of big, colorful murals, like in the Museum of Street Art, but also outside the city center in neighborhoods like Siget, where the intervention in the public space felt like it was oriented toward benefiting the local community.
Here are some of the things I came across:
I also “visited” the Museum of Street Art, which is actually a project from a few years ago where many local artists painted a long stretch of wall in the city center near the train station. This ongoing project can now be found all over the city, and I love the community spirit and enthusiasm that fuels it.
AND…the Sheepist has been here too!