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Take a visually dazzling tour of contemporary African street art

Posted on 19 Sep 2020

With their monumental murals and breathtaking designs, the artists in ‘Street Art Africa’ are bringing everyday landmarks to life across the continent, creating the kind of street art designed to make you stop and stare.

Cale Waddacor. Dbongz, Senzart911. Johannesburg, South Africa, 2019.

Luca Barausse. Faith XLVII. ‘A Study of Warwick Triangle at Rush Hour’, Durban, South Africa, 2014.

Samir Ahmed Shafi (Droogs). Nofal O-one. ‘Miminhottoub’, Cairo, Egypt, 2019.

Cale Waddacor. Thufu-B. Nairobi, Kenya, 2019.

Abdelrhman Zin Eldin. Amma Abo Bakr. ‘It’s all about the rooster!’, Damietta, Egypt, 2017.

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Street Art Africa

Cale Waddacor
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