Graffiti and street art on Malta
It is still difficult to determine what to see in Malta. So much to learn and to see. Deciding what to see can become a nightmare if you’re into street art. So we decided to come up with a short list of the murals we love the most to help you out. Mind you, Malta has so much street art that you could spend months exploring it. One could say that Malta is a Street Art Museum. Enjoy!
Special thanks to amysarah.photography and jaspermulder_photography for the photo’s!
Abandoned Plane in Malta, Monte Kristo Estate
The plane, built in 1982, was in service till the late ’90s and was then put in storage in Geneva, Switzerland. It was eventually leased out to Tassilli Airlines before ending up in Malta some time later. The photo’s are courtesy of amysarah.photography go check out her Instagram. The creative artwork by L’Original / @NicholasBamert follow the link to see what he is up to.
Malta, Jerma Palace Hotel, Marsaskala
The Jerma Palace Hotel (1982 -2007, Since then, left abandoned) creative breeding ground for street art and graffiti. Artist can work on their artwork in peace and it brightens up the abandoned building.
Msida Skate Park, Malta
Fresh from Malta it’s some awesome photo’s of our friend jaspermulder_photography The wolf character is from artist @marcamix031 while the others artists remain unknown. The art of Marcamix sure takes graffiti characters to a whole new level!
Photo’s of other abandoned places in Malta
Make sure to visit Malta not only for graffiti and street art news, but also for diving or just enjoining the sun. Discover our photo’s of Amsterdam NDSM Yard or the Utrecht Berlin Square street art for a cool urban adventure in these Dutch cities.