Home Magazine Arts & Pop Culture Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link Street art, sometimes negatively referred to as “vandalism”, gives cities a colorful twist. It communicates the artists’ look on the city. Beirut is filled with street art. From poorly drawn graffitis to veritable masterpieces – every drawing has a story to tell. Here are 10 of the best works of street art in Beirut: “Connection” @topstreetartembedded via The mural is by Cuban artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada and located in Bachoura district. “The Rhino and the Oxpecker” @wherethereswallsembedded via The mural is by Miami-based artist Ernesto Maranje and located in Spears street in Hamra. “Boy of Ouzville” @sef.01embedded via The mural is by Peruvian artist Sef and located in Ouzaï. “War Peace” @frizyembedded via The mural is by local artist Jad Khoury and located in Tabaris Street – Ashrafieh. “White Walls” @dalianahasembedded via The mural is by Chilean artist Inti Castro, and located in Hamra Street. “Change What The Elders Couldn’t” @saidfouadmahmoudembedded via The mural is in Verdun and was executed by local artists Said Mahmoud and Karim Tamerji. “Immeuble Noueiri” @yazanhalwaniembedded via The mural is painted by local artist Yazan Halwani, located on Beirut’s Greenline. The drawing depicts a scene from the iconic movie “West Beirut”. “Fairuz” @ashekmanembedded via Mural by Ashekman, located in Cola – Corniche El Mazraa. “Double Trouble” @hadybeydounembedded via Mural in Rue Huvelin, executed by local artist Hady Beydoun. “Facing the Future” @tschelovek_graffitiembedded via The mural is by Portuguese, Montreal based artist Kevin Ledo. It is located in Sin El Fil. Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link Support our independent media! Become a Patron!