Best Street Art To Capture In The World

  • -Dec 03, 2021
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“Graffiti is like fungi. If you abandon a wall or building—that is where our pieces will sprout.” - Angel Yulo

Whoever came with the idea of putting art on the walls was a genius. It not only prompts thought-provoking satirical messages but also beautifully captures political commentary and iconic playful comedic graffiti to make passers-by smile.

Here’s a list of the best locations to see street art and get transfixed.

Iconic Street Art In Canggu, Bali

Notably famous artists like Quint, Dnztwo, Anna Bronza, and more have left their footprint on the walls of Canggu in Bali. In fact, if we look at it art is very deeply permeated in the Balinese culture itself. The Bohemian vibe mixed with the out-of-the-box dramatic pieces has converted the walls of Canggu into a beautiful landscape that many tourists like to visit.

Today it has become so trendy that the art that was only limited to walls and abandoned buildings are being used as a decoration to adorn the top-rated cafes and salons.

Urban Grafitti In Bangkok

Bangkok is known as Asia’s emerging street art destination. The short walk from the RatchathewiStation will take you to the Chalermla Park also fondly known as "Graffiti Park" where you can view plenty of artworks like a three-eyed rabbit tumbling down and a big fish by Alex Face.

You can also head over to China Town to experience more quirky street arts along the way.

Beautiful Murals At Manila Philippines

Molino Road, The Collective, Nagtahan Bridge, Bonifacio High Street, Fort Bonifacio Goodfriend Bridge are some of the places where you can go hunting for vibrant street art in Manila Philippines.

The Filipino State Art Project is an endeavor that has to dedicate their lives to capture and document the street art of the Philippines.

Breathtaking Artwork In Singapore

Unlike the adage that Singapore is famous for shopping and perfumes, shining skyscrapers, and metals, the city also houses one of the best street arts in the world.

Be it Chinatown, Little India, or Haji Lane street, there is plenty of graffiti that can be spotted around.