Street art life with the Bobos

Graffiti safari

Over the years the 7th district has developed to become a graffiti hotspot.  It is no longer just a question of colour on the wall.



  1. 1

    Urban Space Gallery

    In Austria's largest gallery for urban art and culture, which also has its own artists' agency, you can buy works by young artists.

  2. 2

    Galerie Oxymoron

    Street art is one of the focal points of the Galerie Oxymoron. The non-profit gallery gives young artists the opportunity to present their works to a young, mixed audience. There are installations, interventions, as well as street art and photography in urban spaces.

  3. 3

    Calle Libre - Street Art

    Every year in August, Jakob Kattner organizes Calle Libre, Vienna's Street Art Festival. In 2016 live-paintings took place at different locations. An example of this can be found in the Sandwirtgasse 17. There, the Bavarian artist Mr. Woodland brought the work "Midnight Walk" to the wall and consumed 35 cans in 15 hours.


  4. 4

    Frau Isa im Josef Strauß Park

    Frau Isa from Klagenfurt has become Austria's most important sprayer. Here, in a cooperation with the district authorities, she brought the portrait of two lovers to the grey firewall.

  5. 5


    If you want to take home a piece of graffiti with you, then you are in good hands with the works of the Viennese jewellery artist Cornelia Voglmayer, aka Birdly. She sets the crumbled coloured layers of graffiti in rings, necklaces and earrings. You can find them mostly in pop-up stores (see for current locations), but also in shops like Die Werkbank.

  6. 6

    Stinkfish Richard Waldemar-Park

    The artist Stinkfish from Colombia needed three days to apply his stencil art - a portrait of a father carrying his daughter on his shoulders - to a 20-metre high wall in the Richard Waldemar Park (1060).

  7. 7

    Art gallery Rabbit Eye Movement

    The artist Rabbit Eye Movement, known for his slightly crazy-looking hare, opened his own gallery in the 6th district, together with the local superstar Nychos. On Thursday and Friday afternoons, works by national and international artists are shown, merchandise is sold and artists are introduced.

  8. 8

    Jana + JS

    The Austrian-French artist couple Jana + JS has installed an autobiographical work here: a magnificent piece of work, four stories high, shows a bearded photographer and his fluttering polaroids (each two stories high). The artist couple was hired by the owner of the house vis-à-vis. who didn't like looking at the ugly façade.

explore further.

Colour on the wall

From Schottenring to Nussdorferlände

Walking along the Danube Canal, left and right you can see the first legal sprayer areas in Vienna


Discover now

Open-air culture

Literature, cinema and co. under a starry sky 

Who says that you cannot enjoy culture in the open air?

Discover now

Vienna's Vintage Shops

Shopping tour through bygone days

No matter whether furniture or fashion – in Vienna every vintage lover will be taken back in time upon entering the charmingly furnished boutiques.


Discover now

our newest tips

“Ausg´steckt is!” (Open for business!)

On a Heuriger tour in Vienna.

Read on   →

Gay Vienna – where to go to eat cake and sip drinks?

The best recommendations for discovering queer cafés and bars in Vienna.

Read on   →

Vienna's most beautiful pavement cafés

Discover the capital city's outdoor hotspots!

Read on   →