Lisbon is the most western harbor capital, the biggest city of Portugal. For nearly a half a century in the country continued economic recession, and Portugal lags far behind the rest of Central Europe. Portugal cities boast beautiful abbandoned building right on central squares, gradually turning into ruins, creating a wonderful atmosphere of a certain neglect and decadence. But, at the same time it gave trigger to the development of graffiti, illegal street arts, bringing together a cohesive community, despite a prosecution under the law.

Portugal is the birthplace of  the several global stars of street art famous by using innovative methods and tools in the streets. But the graffiti has received the most widespread, as the most accessible way of self-expression and protestation. Lisbon’s streets contain the most highly refined in style and expression tags, with attention to details.