There’s always been extraordinary things that have drawn people to Warsaw. Whether it’s the city’s thousands year
history or the growing wave of modernity as Varsovians look to the future, it is clear Warsaw is a city which has been
long on the rise.
Rapid development has been the goal of the city authorities over the years, and the change is evident with fancy
buildings, trendy restaurants, and posh clubs popping up like dandelions. There’s a lot to see and do, but you don’t
have to be fancy, trendy, or posh for every visitor or local alike, to appreciate a phenomenon that has been going on
since the Uprising…Street Art.
It is human nature to explore, to appreciate our surroundings even if we are surrounded by buildings and Warsaw’s
Street Art makes fulfilling that innate drive easier than almost any big city in the world due to the proliferation of
Not only Warsaw, but Poland in general has long embraced the fact that large scale artwork and design motifs can
be a fascinating and creative option for advertising or, more recently, as an outlet for the artistic visions of local and
international street artists.