Better late then never. And since this talent has been very busy these days…


We definitely aim to still interrupt and introduce you to her peculiar and incredible world of mythical and definitely a little mysterious characters.

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Back to School paint session 2016 (Lisbon) © CÄäT

She is a Belgian artist based in Lisbon. She has a history in illustration on walls, canvas, books, magazines and so on… . Her universe is made of many enigmatic figures, inspired from all kinds of sources. May it be her travels, her favourite music, her yogapractice, or reading endlessly classic old tales…

Life itself has many surprises, and time after time she explores ways to express this within her works.


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Bright colours on the wall to feel excited…

Blue/red bic sketches to reveal her daily adventures…

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Acrylic paintings to dig a little deeper what lives underneath…

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And cool composed clothes to feel a little more brave !


It is clear that the red line within her works turns around human beings, their body & soul and this close connection to the wide world of animals.

She joined our last paint session (@yesyoucanspray) in September 2017 and amazed us once again with this magnificent mural:

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Back to School paint session 2017 (Lisbon) © CÄäT

Check out more on her website !

Or follow up on her adventures through @caatalataac

And untill the 7th of February you can admire her works in one of our favourite hotspots in Lisbon (café Tati) !

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




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  ; )

The Crystal Ship has come to shore

The Crystal Ship*

April 8/9th 2017

Belgium is famous for its superb beers, delicious waffles and the worldwide known french fries and ofcourse chocolatelovers can tease their sense of sweet taste. But there is also a young and experienced street art lover and curator, Bjorn Van Poucke, who got involved in small and big interventions in public space of the big cities of this small countrylandscape. Visiting the latest edition of this art-festival in the beginning of April unlocked a real interest in the Belgium Street Art scenery.

“Public Art” – About definitions we won’t discuss but what this festival does to a city is definitely a public service. If it is not to please our eyes, it is for sure to spread the lovesparkles for these artistic expressions not only to a very wide audience but also through a huge diversity of street artists all kind.

Art and cultural heritage are central themes to cover a wide range of surfaces in the seaside-city of Ostend. Artists worldwide passed by to cover not only the commercial centre but also the harbour side, the residential area… It is about creating a flow throughout the bigger part of the city of Ostend.

With a line-up of artists and pieces that takes your breath away, one encounters artists that dare to experiment with their own unique print on the wall. Some have a huge storyline revealed in the bits and pieces brought on the city surface, while some display the narratives of local people, others add a touch of beauty to urban landscape.

Last year I missed out but this year I had the opportunity to join a guided walking tour with Lola** (aka aprimadona aka female party of Chépas-collective aka a crazy friend and inspiring artist herself). She brought some insider’s information of the art-scenery and the wicked minds behind those wonderful pieces on a plate in a funtivistic way. A map*** of all the presented works of last year and this year’s edition can be easily downloaded online for walkers and cyclers to go on one’s own experience of this ancient though contemporary version of marking the walls.


*a preview on the making off and works: http://www.thecrystalship.org

** http://www.loladaels.com/

*** free map of all the locations covered by the festival: http://www.visitoostende.be/nl/ontdek-alle-locaties-van-crystal-ship



Today we introduce you to the Belgium artist Bisser. He started to do graffiti to copy his brother. His work pop up in 2015 at Bloop Festival in Ibiza. Since then he never stopped. He inspire himself from cartoons like Kid Paddle or Simpsons and draw this strange characters using the environment. You can see o lot of his realizations in Belgium but also in Brazil…


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his facebook page