New York, USA
Street art was created in New York in the early 1980’s. Since then a lot of artist are coming from all around the world to get inspired or just to put their art in the wall of the world capital of street art.
During the Cold War, the famous berlin wall became a target for politically motivated art. Today, symbolic street art decorates facades in hip neighborhoods near the East Side Gallery (a remaining stretch of the wall) such as Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain.
Bohemian Barranco is home to many of Lima’s artists, photographers and musicians. Due to municipally-promoted and encouraged murals, the streets of Barranco have become a canvas for local artists. Walk almost anywhere in the small neighbourhood and your are sure to find eye-catching street art.
Mexico city, Mexico
Mexico has a long tradition of uprising and revolution, the legacy of which can be seen in the murals and graffiti that adorn everywhere from buildings to bridges, fences and roofs. Street art culture is flourishing in Mexico, where vibrant works adorn walls of the capital city and beyond.
It seems like everywhere you turn in London, there's a street art piece just begging to be admired. From the walls of department stores, underneath bridges, and even on shop shutters so the pieces can only be seen at night, London's street art scene is as vast as its many types of street art scattered all throughout the city.