Helsinki Urban Art brings art into the urban environment and into people’s lives. We create art that enlivens urban environments in Helsinki as well as in other cities in Finland and abroad. We introduce new ways of using urban space, create participatory urban culture and solve problems by means of art and activism.
Helsinki Urban Art designs and produces street art to all kinds of places in Helsinki and elsewhere in Finland. Contact us and let’s bring these ideas into life!
After finishing the mural in Kannelmäki and continuing her journey towards southern Europe, the argentinian Milu Correch painted another piece in Helsinki. An apartment building in Kallio had requested their wall in the inner courtyard to be painted, and the shape of the wall inspired the artist to create a very special composition.
The assisted living building in the neighbourhood of Kannelmäki received a mural in June 2017 by the Argentinian street artist Milu Correch. The piece was partly inspired by the residents of the house, and it shows four of the residents in the middle of a card game.
The old railway station of Pasila in Helsinki has been the center of a lot of changes over the past year. In May 2017, just before the station will be demolished, it was that one more time when a Spanish street artist Sabek painted a large mural on the southside roof of the station.
Residents and visitors of Martinlaakso now have a new dose of colour in their surroundings in the form of a mural inspired by the neighbourhood’s forest sceneries.
Vaasanpuistikko, Vaasanaukio, Piritori. The locals have given the square in front of the Sörnäinen metro station many names, and in June 2017 in received one more, when a street art piece covering the whole square was made.
The Polish street artist Otecki was brought to Finland to create a mural to the wall of a residential building in the neighbourhood Roihuvuori, Helsinki.
Maikki Rantala created a vibrant mural to the wall of a residential building located in the corner of three busy streets in the residential area of Kannelmäki in Helsinki.
A construction site affects how the area around it looks for years. But it also gives us an opportunity to create some temporary art and leave a mark on the urban space. And so we created art on the construction hoarding of the construction site of the mall of Tripla and the Pasila station, to brighten up the daily route of thousands of people.
Brahe Art Field -project has created a street art area, that tempts to go round from one art piece to another around Brahe sports field in Helsinki.
A common courtyard shared by several apartment buildings in the neighbourhood of Merihaka will receive a much needed boost in August, when a street art piece by several artists will be made on its concrete walls.
The district of Pasila in Helsinki is currently known as a grey neighbourhood where few outsiders want to go. But what if you could transform this image completely?