The subculture that best expresses the zeitgeist


The aim of Urban Art is to present and document the work of people who create and operate under the auspices of the Hungarian Graffiti and Street Art subculture, as well as to inform about related events to all those who are interested in one of the most exciting art styles of our time.


We believe that these next-generation forms of expression offer new opportunities in cultural and business life, and also broaden our perspective by cultivating or just observing it ourselves.


We believe that with the power of our community we can achieve positive changes in our society.

The big project


Our very long dominant slave-owning institutions are collapsing on Earth. Not so much to be wondered at... The pyramidal systems of our oppressors were coded for collapse from the moment they were created. A consumer society driven by ignorance and fear is no longer sustainable. Unfortunately, thanks to this system, many people have become alienated from nature and from themselves, with destructive and devastating effects on the environment. Recognizing these problems, more and more people in all walks of life are coming to the decision to stop supporting this self-destruction at any level and instead build new, more sustainable, innovative and just systems that serve life. We have all the tools, information and knowledge at our disposal to express our highest spirit. Ultimately, the people who will change the world are those who are crazy enough to believe they can.


In a society, artists have always played a key role, even if they were not aware of it... In general, artists are more sensitive to the world around them because they have a way of seeing that we call the third eye. This ability resides in every person from the moment of birth. With this knowledge, it becomes possible for a person to perceive higher, deeper information and thereby discover his true nature more and more. This kind of recognition of reality can cause frustration in many people, since what they experience and what is happening in their environment are in most cases completely different from each other. It can be said that the difference between the perceived realities is heaven and earth. This is especially true for artists living in urban environments, who try to express who they really are in their own individual way and show the world who they really are with the power of creativity. The works these artists create are simply amazing and incredible. It is almost magical when a person expresses his highest, deepest spiritual being with the power of creativity, or just the opposite of that, from which you can also learn. If artists recognize the importance of this and take on the responsibility that comes with it, they will be able to perform smaller miracles, with which they can set an example for those around them. With the power of art, we can literally tear down walls and build bridges.


Urban Art (entity), as a collective spiritual manifestation of graffiti and street art trends, wants to serve primarily the needs of domestic artists and art lovers. For this, there are many tools and new techniques available, which will be used over time in accordance with the zeitgeist. The activities of Urban Art will cover more and more new areas, which will be implemented within the framework of various projects. As a new market player in the cultural sphere, Urban Art wants to support the work and development of Hungarian artists. As we move forward with the construction of related services, in parallel, Urban Art would also like to operate as a social platform. It wants to provide artists with gradual access and the opportunity to shape and exploit the potential of the platform in their own image. Practically, they will receive a tool in their hands that will contribute to the prosperity of the artists and at the same time they will have the opportunity to share the artistic values ​​they have created with others. We trust that the presence of Urban Art greatly promotes the development of individual and collective consciousness.

Team motivation

Gyuris Csaba

Csaba Gyuris

Founder/Chief Editor


I am Csaba Gyuris, the founder of Urban Art. Nowadays these new generation art styles are a have become trends that best express the zeitgeist, which provide the opportunity to entertain on a higher level of consciousness, as well as to present reality and its deeper details with the power of creativity. I believe that the collective spirit of our community, which has power and voice, should be presented to the general public in a dignified manner.

Sulina Regina

Regina Sulina



I'm Sulina Regina, a big fan of street art for more than 12 years. Until now, I have only collected pictures and articles related to graffiti for my own amusement. I felt it was time to step out of my comfort zone. I do this to introduce the interesting and sometimes reckless people who strengthen the team of the Hungarian graffiti subculture. In my articles, I would like to highlight legendary Hungarian writers, and up-and-coming Hungarian illustrators will also be presented. I also provide status reports on domestic graffiti jams and events.

Francia Dóra

Dóra Francia



I am Dóra Francia, 24 years old, a geographer dedicated to her profession, but at the same time I like to take on new challenges, which is why I thought I would try my hand at writing. Here, however, I am not only attracted by the writing, but also by the topic itself, my relationship with street art dates back to 2 years, when it became the central element of my research topic. As an area and settlement developer, I believe that street art can make the urban environment more colorful and friendly, as well as bring art closer to people.

Lekrinszki Fanni

Fanni Lekrinszki



I am a fan and I think it is important that the news and work of these brilliant artists reach as many people as possible. For me, the essence of graffiti/street art lies in the fact that we cannot own it - the walls can be repainted at any time, the stickers can be torn off - so we have to appreciate the moment when we can admire the works.