Exploring this weird and wonderful world through what is written on the walls – her lifephilosophy is all about engaging an interACTive, intercultural and interARTive dialogue. After discovering several countries around the world, this Belgian beerlover decided to settle in one of the most colourful and exciting cities of Europe. With a background in socio-cultural work and relation- and communication-sciences, setting up and organizing workshops and events for a broad audience, she is currently finalizing her writing in visual anthropology inspired by creative interventions in-the-streets.
She is manager of Lisbon street art tours
PR and blogger
From São Paulo to the world, this Brazilian young woman always had the street art flowing through her veins. In Brazil Angela became public relations manager and she developed her love for creative and social projects. You can follow up on her adventures through our blogposts and instagram @yesyoucanspray !
A German who doesn’t like beer – anything else that needs to be said? Not coming from a creative field, he is currently finishing his degree in International Business in Lisbon before the endless and mysterious road will take him to new, exciting places. Being a business dude, something was needed to spice up every day life and so he started to unveil his subconscious passion for painting.
With her international business background, this french girl came to Lisbon for new challenges, and to improve her level of Portuguese and Capoeira. Interested by sharing economy, she worked in Bordeaux for an equity-crowdfunding platform, that supports ethical and innovative projects. She were involved in associations like Disco soupe (Food wasting), Culture du Cœur (Cultural mediation), Ouishare (thinkthank collaborative economy). As she explored the city with a french grapher (Zarb Fullcolor), they decided to create an exchange between french and portuguese street artists.
Odyssée is from Bordeaux (South of France) she studies International Relations and Development and she’s a Human Rights activist. She loves traveling and photography. She fell in love with Lisbon that’s why she decided to develop a photographic project in the streets of this colorful city!
Check out her IG @odyssey.of.odyssee
workshop & artistmanager & stencil artist
Local boy with a background of event production, Diogo was always passionate about street art and in 2012 decided to do something about it. Inspired by many international and national artists, he started to explore the art of stencil by watching a lot of videos and tutorials in order to develop this technique and improve his skills. He believes that street art is a way to improve abandoned buildings/walls aroud the cities and that creating outdoor galleries will get the locals to be more proud and hopefully more people interested in this ARTivism. You can see some of his stencils around the streets of Lisbon.
Check out his IG @rez_end
Originally from New York (the part closer to Canada than NYC), she’s lived around the US and the UK, and now resides in Lisbon. With a background in international law, she’s interested in the political history of street art and graffiti around the world. More photographer than painter. Usually found working in coffee shops around town, or at one of the city’s lovely garden kiosks. Loves BDog.
Check out her article on Lisbon’s favourite dog ; )
Portuguese woman with her heart in the colors that the world has to offer. She is multifunctional. Always searching for new experiences, she is a photography lover, a dancer and a researcher. With an academic background in tourism, her master’s degree research was based in the relation of city, tourism and urban art she also did a formation in urban dances(Bootcamp 1st edition). You can find her walking in the street searching for new pieces to photograph.
Moved to Lisbon in 2016 and immediately fell in love with the city that has so much to offer. Apart from enjoying the Portuguese sun, he likes to capture the architecture and street art of Lisbon. Being a freelance photographer Wojtek is happy to show the process of painting new pieces of graffiti for those who could not attend at the time.