This wall of fame we want to induce you into the works of a Crazy Canadian ; ) She creates powerful and incredible works inspired by her own rythms as well as the ones society puts upon us!

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She shouts out for attention in an unapologetic way demanding the reflection upon our beliefs and behaviours. «To be born with a woman’s body is to bear the unsolicited burden of humanity’s unresolved attitudes towards sex […]»

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MissMe or Montreal’s most known Art Vandal even passed Lisbon with some wicked and wonderful paste ups all kind of women as role models and covering/revealing one way or another their boobs in playful ways. But also respected and honourable characters form the main inspiration for her to go out there and share them with anyone who wants to see and everyone who won’t see.

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She is an activist, feminist, and a recognized outlaw artist demanding attention and exploring her own struggles with race, gender, society and class… screaming out for dignity amongst all.

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«My work is just a counter voice to that ultra-simplistic and oppressive voice of traditional media and advertising.»

A little intro to her work:

You want to check out more of her works and/or follow her wicked situations worldwide? https://www.facebook.com/missmeart/

If you got any picture collected from pieces around the world, share it with us using our #lisbonstreetarttours  ; )

Pics © http://www.miss-me-art.com

Video © Gorjestani M.



Friday What’s Up Lisboa #59

Olá… the w’kend has arrived again ! And this w’kend we decided we want to put our dancing shoes on… ! Yes ! Therefore… we found one particular party happening on Saturday ! But we want more ! If you have any suggestions for us, let us know here !

  • Tributo 100 Anos de Samba

Ever wondered how come Samba is so wild and free and colourfull and lovable and definitely not something to stand still upon… because it makes you dance, sing and feel alive again? Then you are in the right place @ Bartô to explore the origins of these Brazilian vibes through some liv9e-concerts !

Saturday from 10:30pm (22h30 / Bartô, Costa do Castelo 7


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  • Black January 13.01 | Art & Flea Market

As if we haven’t spend quiet enough yet during the holiday season, our familiar Anjos70 organizes a black market or actually… an art & flea market to fight the dark winterdays ; ) One can interpret in many different, the main thing… is to go check out this incredible mishmash of old, handmade and artisanal stuff !

Saturday @ 11am-7pm (11h-19h) / Anjos 70, Regueirão Dos Anjos 70


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  • Exposition “Fotografar é dar Vida” «To photograph is to give life» – Inauguration & Cocktail

If you like to help someone here or at the other side of the world with just a picture… then go check out this photographic exhibition of VIDA-ONG.

Saturday @ 7:30pm (19h30) / Fábrica Braço de Prato, Rua da Fábrica de Material de Guerra, 1

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  • Feira Intendente

If you can’t get enough to gather many little as well as big gadgets for your sister, grandfather, mother, best friend, godchild or even for yourself… this feira is a cute little multiculti hotspot to find a wide variety of second hand, vintage as well as selfmade goodies. Not to miss out !

Sunday @ 10am – 6pm (10h-18h) / Largo do Intendente


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And ofcourse do not forget our open tour on Saturday @ 3pm (15h) @ Praça Luís Camões ! You can register here !

If you join any of these events, let us know with our #lisbonstreetarttours & #whatsuplisboa ; )



Italian vibes coming our way. Because female painter, illustrator and street artist NIAN has conquered the streets and the hearts of many amongst us. And also in Lisbon ; )

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She studied at​ ​the​ ​Academy​ ​of​ ​Fine​ ​Arts​ ​in​ ​Florence​, working nowadays ​on​ ​several​ projects, paintings, illustrations,​ ​mural​ ​paintings, and​ ​paste​ ​ups.


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Her​ ​work​ ​dreams​ ​about​ ​a​ ​future​ ​in​ ​balance​ ​with​ ​nature​ ​and​ ​its​ ​rhythms, leaving us different polyhedral pieces as well as romantic mythical characters. Her​ ​purpose​ ​in​ ​the​ ​streets​ ​is​ ​the​ ​expression​ ​of​ ​the​ ​primitive​ ​joy​ ​of​ ​playing​ ​that​ ​finds​ ​its​ ​meaning «only​ ​if​ ​its​ ​shared».


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Got interested to follow up on her adventures:


If you got any piece captured of hers in Lisbon or beyond, share it with us using our #lisbonstreetarttours  ; )


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Not so long ago we had the pleasure to meet up with a jazzmusician in heart and soul all the way from Belgium. Besides his musical vibes, he thought it was time for something new… Although from a very young age he got acquainted with the art of (oil)painting, it is only the last 4years that sprayart became another kind of way to present his animalistic view on the world.

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The interruptions in his creations aim to create a perfect fit for the piece to be perceived. Although it is he who learned all the tricks of the trade by himself and also inspired by the big artists accidentally surrounding him, like another great Belgian street artist called ROA.

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Spending time in Ghent as well as Berlin, maybe Lisbon might become his next destination to experiment even more. He arrived here together with the organizing crew of the Wallin’ collective, a Belgian organization aimed at highlighting the artistic value of arts in the streets, maybe it be pure graffiti or pure street art. But also to create an exchange of talent beyond boarders. Which resulted – in the case of CEE PIL – some wonderful big pieces in Loures, Montepio as well as one near the airport.


All pics by © https://www.facebook.com/cee.pil

If you got any picture collected from his pieces around the world, share it with us using our #lisbonstreetarttours  ; )


Lisbon’s Favorite Dog

BDog in Rego

BDog hangs out in pretty much every neighborhood in Lisbon. He’s up by the airport, down in Parque das Nações, over in Cais de Sodré, and in the quiet streets of Rego. BDog is a bright-eyed, tail-wagging cão, usually cheerful but sometimes rather skeptical. BDog seems to usually be a he, but is sometimes a she. He’s even occasionally a cat. I call him BDog, but I’m sure he goes by many names. A recent Instagram account, @lxdog, has dubbed him LxDog, and is attempting to “find all the #lxdogs in Lisbon.”



BDog is a character drawn by the Lisbon-based street artist Basta, hence the “B” that usually appears on his dog tag. Basta also often signs a “1418” near BDog, which I’ve yet to determine the significance of: the year João Gonçalves Zarco discovered Madeira? The year Nicolas Flamel died? A coffee shop in Plano, Texas? The European Commission Regulation concerning the export for recovery of certain waste? (Help me solve this mystery!)



Basta draws in a “ligne claire” style – useful for throwing up BDogs quickly and making a recognizable image that pops off the wall. And Basta’s dog is in good street art company: a stylized dog was one of Keith Haring’s signature images (both drawings below are by Haring). The joke, of course, is that like a dog leaving its scent around a city, Basta leaves BDog around Lisbon as his mark.



But instead of an unfortunate smell or squish under your shoe, BDog pops up here and there like a friendly face, a loyal companion who follows you around during the day. I think that’s why I enjoy seeing BDog so much – the image itself isn’t too complex, and it’s not outwardly political – but BDog’s constant presence around Lisbon makes you feel as if you live in a city where a faithful dog will greet you around every corner.



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Jane Olin-Ammentorp