No Limits Street Art Festival 2015, Borås

On the 3rd until the 6th of September 2015, the Swedish town Borås once again opened it’s walls to public art for the ‘No Limits Street Art Festival’ curated by fellow street artist Shai Dahan. This is the second year that Shai has invited artists to paint the town of Borås.

This years No Limit Street Art Festival will enhance the outdoor gallery of Borås further and the artists given the task include Curiot (Mexico), DALeast (China/South Africa), David Zinn (US), Dulk (Spain), Inti (Chile), Joe Iurato (US), Laurence Vallières (Canada), Logan Hicks (US), Pichi&Avo (Spain), Robert Proch (Poland) and Tristan Eaton (US). With such a warm welcome and talented artists this is a festival not to be missed.

“With faboulus artists bringing a wide spread of different styles of street art together with truly epic walls and spots I guess it could be nothing but a success this year”Shai Dahan.

Take a look at the work in progress pictures by ​International contemporary and public art photographer Henrik Haven and I think you’ll agree with Shai Dahan, this years festival can only be a success…

So much talent on an epic scale check out the finished murals below. Photos by Henrik Haven unless otherwise stated.

Another great festival in Boras and must see in Sweden!



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