Home Magazine Arts & Pop Culture 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.