For whatever reason I didn’t expect Tartu street art to be any good (of course random graffitti can be found in each place but that’s not what I’m talking about). But when I was wandering around this great town, my first stop during the Estonian trip, I started notticing some cool pieces here and there. Then I’ve realized that since Tartu is a city of students and around 20% of the population of this town attends the local universities, there must be some crative souls in this crowd.
Where to find Tartu street art
After walking few hours around Tartu I found some kind of pattern of where to look for some street art pieces. Almost every abandoned building, a power box on the street or a destroyed gate had something on. And all the street art examples I found here were really good ones! I’ve even notticed that there must be few street art artists that are pretty big in here as a lot of work was made in the same style or simply was signed with the same name (Edward von Lõngus).
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