“Operation Salam” by ASHEKMAN in Tripoli, Lebanon

Operation Salam is an independent street art initiative created and curated by ASHEKMAN, where a gigantic word Salam was painted in Arabic calligraphy on 85 building rooftops, a 1.3 Kilometers street art piece that can be seen from space.  Salam, which means Peace in Arabic, means a state of mutual harmony between people or groups, especially in personal relations. The

Jorge Rodriguez Gerada in Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut Digital District commissioned the artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada, in collaboration with BAD. Built by Associative Data, to paint a mural in the district of Bachoura on a building that bears the marks of war and awaits to be re-built in Beirut, Lebanon. Many societies have been shadowed lately by wars and conflicts, putting a tremendous weight on children’s education and

An Introduction to Street Art in Beirut, Lebanon

Yazan Halwani and TASSO from Germany Graffiti saw its beginnings in Lebanon during a 15-year long Civil War, which struck the country in 1975. Stencil art and graffiti became a tool of propaganda for the militias, and also highlighted the county’s sectarian divide. Street art in Lebanon has since evolved with new styles and techniques

Zepha “Unity” New Mural For Graff’Me Lebanon – Beirut

After several days of work in Lebanon, Vincent Abadie Hafez aka Zepha just wrapped up this new piece on the streets of Beirut.In town for the Graff’Me Lebanon Festival with Tilt (pics coming soon), the French artist brought some of his signature calligraphy to Beirut with this mural entitled “Unity / وحدة”Take a look at some more

Tasso x Yazan New Mural In Beirut, Lebanon

Haling from Meerane, Germany, and part of the Ma’Claim crew, Tasso is currently in Beirut, Lebanon where he just completed this quick collaboration with local artist Yazan.As usual with Tasso, he delivers an outstanding piece featuring some of his hyper-realistic imagery combined with Arabic / Persian calligraphy from Yazan.Keep your eyes peeled on Street Art News

INTI “Pagano” New Mural In Beirut, Lebanon

INTI recently stopped by Lebanon for the White Walls Beirut Project where he painted this huge mural on the streets of Beirut.This project is curated by the Beirut Art Center to beautify the city by inviting international street artists.The Chilean artist delivers a stunning new piece entitled “Pagano” which is featuring one his signature colourful