'Baladk Graffiti Street Art' Festival in Jordan

Published July 17th, 2018 - 10:21 GMT

Written by Ewelina Lepionko

Baladak Project aims to turn the cities’ streets into festive colorful sites where people celebrate their existence and freedom.

The main target is the local community and neighbourhood, in addition to young street artists who have been pushed away by public authorities.

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"Share3na" in Arabic has 2 meanings: it means "our street", & also means "give us a good argument" (Facebook)

"Share3na" in Arabic has 2 meanings: it means "our street", & also means "give us a good argument" (Facebook)

Baladk has started in 2013 as an initiative by volunteers (Instagram)

Baladk has started in 2013 as an initiative by volunteers (Instagram)

Graffiti from Black Project by Enas Awad (Facebook)

Graffiti from Black Project by Enas Awad (Facebook)

Graffiti from Black Project by Enas Awad (Twitter)

Graffiti from Black Project by Enas Awad (Twitter)

Baladk’s theme this year “resistance” (Instagram)

Baladk’s theme this year “resistance” (Instagram)

Artwork by the Jordanian artist Rawa in Wadi abdoun (Instagram)

Artwork by the Jordanian artist Rawa in Wadi abdoun (Instagram)

Baladk making Jordan beautiful one building at a time (Instagram)

Baladk making Jordan beautiful one building at a time (Instagram)

Jordanian artist Yara Hindawi (Facebook)

Jordanian artist Yara Hindawi (Facebook)

Artist during Baladk project (Facebook)

Artist during Baladk project (Facebook)

"Share3na" in Arabic has 2 meanings: it means "our street", & also means "give us a good argument" (Facebook)
Baladk has started in 2013 as an initiative by volunteers (Instagram)
Graffiti from Black Project by Enas Awad (Facebook)
Graffiti from Black Project by Enas Awad (Twitter)
Baladk’s theme this year “resistance” (Instagram)
Artwork by the Jordanian artist Rawa in Wadi abdoun (Instagram)
Baladk making Jordan beautiful one building at a time (Instagram)
Jordanian artist Yara Hindawi (Facebook)
Artist during Baladk project (Facebook)
"Share3na" in Arabic has 2 meanings: it means "our street", & also means "give us a good argument" (Facebook)
"Share3na" in Arabic has 2 meanings: it means "our street", & also means "give us a good argument" (Facebook)
Baladk has started in 2013 as an initiative by volunteers (Instagram)
Baladk has started in 2013 as an initiative by volunteers (Instagram)
Graffiti from Black Project by Enas Awad (Facebook)
Graffiti from Black Project by Enas Awad (Facebook)
Graffiti from Black Project by Enas Awad (Twitter)
Graffiti from Black Project by Enas Awad (Twitter)
Baladk’s theme this year “resistance” (Instagram)
Baladk’s theme this year “resistance” (Instagram)
Artwork by the Jordanian artist Rawa in Wadi abdoun (Instagram)
Artwork by the Jordanian artist Rawa in Wadi abdoun (Instagram)
Baladk making Jordan beautiful one building at a time (Instagram)
Baladk making Jordan beautiful one building at a time (Instagram)
Jordanian artist Yara Hindawi (Facebook)
Jordanian artist Yara Hindawi (Facebook)
Artist during Baladk project (Facebook)
Artist during Baladk project (Facebook)

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