They say street art is for the young – but don’t tell that to the participants of the UK’s first street art project for over-65s.
Aberdeen’s Nuart Festival will challenge the stereotype that graffiti and street art is for young people – by encouraging over-65s to get involved.
Anders Gjennestad, aka Strok, The Dotmasters and Hama Woods are to bring their stencil talent to the city next month.
Jan Vormann is bringing his Dispatchwork project, which uses LEGO bricks to repair damaged walls and structures, to the Nuart Festival in April.
A graphic design graduate has created this stunning video showcasing the best of Aberdeen's Nuart Festival from one of the walking tours that took place over the weekend.
A popular street art festival has been hailed a success – with a call for wall space for next year already being made.
Aberdeen businesses have welcomed the start of a popular art festival – and the positive impact it has on trade in the city.
Artists have descended on Aberdeen to begin painting before the start of the Nuart festival this weekend.
The organisers of an award-winning street art festival have unveiled their programme of events.
Councillors have agreed to provide £100,000 which will help bring an award-winning street art festival to the city for the next three years.
The city's streets will be transformed into temporary art exhibits during a new festival.
This map shows where nine murals will be put up in Aberdeen as part of a new street art festival.
A street art festival could be brought to Aberdeen next year.