6 Of The Most Iconic Street Art Pieces From Across Saudi


Beyond the towering skyscrapers and modern architecture, the streets of Saudi cities have become a dynamic canvas for artists to express themselves. Street art has become mainstream of late, and here are some of the best ones from around the country.

1. El Seed’s Calligraffiti in Jeddah

An old building in Jeddah’s Al-Balad area has been covered in calligraffiti by celebrated French-Tunisian artist El Seed. The mix of graffiti and classical Arabic painted on a relic of the past is a sight to behold.

2. Riyadh’s Monalisa

Yup, Riyadh’s got its very own version of the Monalisa peeps!

3. Saudi Supermario

Mario in a thobe! What’s there not to love?


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4. Jeddah Mouse

Jeddah’s Al-Balad area has an entire area earmarked for street art, and boy does the creativity of local artists shine here.


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5. Al-Khobar’s Graffiti Art Street

This was once a lesser-known old neighbourhood in Al-Khobar. Today, it has become a must-visit tourist spot as the whole place has been turned into an open-air art gallery.


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6. Noura Bin Saidan’s Boulevard Mural

Noura Bin Saidan is one of the most famous street artists in the country today. Her larger-than-life murals have taken over Riyadh, and this one in Boulevard is probably the most famous of them all.


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