Top 10 Brighton Graffiti Art
Brighton & Hove has earned itself an international reputation over the last few years for its stunning and original graffiti artwork dotted around the city.
Banksy's 'Kissing Policemen' once adorned the wall of a pub near Brighton station (the original was sold but a replica still exists) but that's just the start! Simply wander around the city and you are almost guaranteed to stumble upon an impressive piece of street art at some point - from famous musicians to a colourful chess inspired mural in the North Laine.
It's certainly something you won't see in mnay other places!
Top 10 Graffiti Artworks in Brighton
Check out our Top 10 roundup of graffiti art in the city below:
- Music mural - famous musicians adorn the side of the Prince Albert Pub in Trafalgar Street.
- Replica of Banksy's 'Kissing Policemen' - Prince Albert Pub, Trafalgar Street.
- Super Mario - nostalgic gamers will love the mural of Bowser and the mushrooms from the Super Mario games. Park Crescent Road, near London Road.
- Run DMC mural - features a giant chessboard created by well-known British street artists Odisy and Aroe. Kensington Street, North Laine.
- Star Wars - Even rubbish bins can be a canvas in this creative city! Look out for the bin which is an homage to Star Wars. The Open Market, London Road.
- Giant blue fire-breathing dragon - adorns a hairdressers on the corner of North Road and Robert Street. Created by Odisy.
- The Hair Cutter - completely covers a wall in St George’s Mews. Created by artist Snug.
- Urban Art Wall - started in 2005, this art wall is a centrepiece of New England Road.
- Cassette Lord - you don't need to go far in the city to spot a cable box playfully decorated by community street artist Cassette Lord.
- Mural at Black Rock - an ever-changing 'unofficial gallery' on the wooden hoardings beside Brighton Marina reflects Brighton's lively graffiti scene.
Visit our Maps section for a range of downloadable maps that feature most of the street locations above.
*Please note, this is not an exhaustive list of the city's street art. By its very nature, street art can also change or disappear overnight.