As she says further in her review on Zagreb street art: "Kneza Branimira street isn’t the only hub of street art in Zagreb. The capital of Croatia is where the Museum of Street Art can be found. It has few locations spread all over the city – in the neighborhood of Dugave and Siget as well as inside the abandoned military hospital at Vlaska 87. However the wall connecting train and bus station was the first one in this project and around 80 street art artists were invited to create their work there. The project got a great positive response from the locals that claimed the street art makes their everyday walks more enjoyable hence the Museum of Street Art continued their works in different locations..."
So what can we conclude? Zagreb has definitely shown as one of the European street art spots. Although undiscovered and waiting for his big boom the Croatian capital can offer some great corners, murals, stickers and street art paintings. And every day we can see some fresh and creative ideas like Pimp my Pump or Doors of Zagreb. So, in time, it just can be better and better when we talk about street art in Zagreb.
Photos Credit: Kami and Pimp my Pump