Graz, Austria’s second largest city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, might not be explicitly known for its street art, but there are a couple of places in town where artists have transformed decaying and desolate walls into murals. While I personally dislike and condemn graffiti that vandalizes private property, there are some decent examples of street art that were mostly painted legally. Some of the art works are easy to find, others are hidden outside the city center in lower-income neighborhoods.
Obviously, I did not take pictures of all art works I found and there are definitely a few more around that are hidden well enough in the back alleys of suburban districts. The ones below are those, however, that I personally liked the most and considered worth sharing!
Check out the photo gallery below to see what Graz has to offer! When you click on a picture, you can use the left and right keys to navigate through the slideshow.