THE CRIME SEEN TOUR: Saturday 10th September 2011

Street Scene Tours in association with the COLLECTIVE and Gangs of Graffiti brings you



that trips you through the hidden “Street Galleries”

of the city 

 From historical ganglands to up-market suburbs, spotting the stains on City structures that have re-ignited the age-old debate “Is it Art or is it Vandalism?”.  Join professional Aerosol Artist and Spoken Word poet Iain EWOK Robinson while he guides you through the history of the Durban Graffiti Art scene.  Witness walls being painted, meet the artists behind the masks, capture footage of these unique hidden spaces that give a city its underground energy.  This tour takes you from the tiniest tags through to the double-story Murals that decorate your daily drive.

 Starting and ending at THE COLLECTIVE Gallery, Durban’s freshest Art space that is currently hosting the “Follow Your Art” Street Art inspired exhibition, Street Scene will transport you in comfort and style as you roll from “crime scene” to “crime scene”, diving into the unseen realm of urban art expression.

 For all true Arts adventurers, this unique once-off experience, complete with refreshments and expert assistance, is available for a clean R200 a head.

 The tour begins mid-morning on Saturday the 10th of September and finishes with a complimentary drink at THE COLLECTIVE in the mid-afternoon.

 Tickets are limited and can be booked in advance through STREET SCENE TOURS.

 Interested journalists and media outlets can contact STREET SCENE TOURS for more information.

Street Scene Tours


Gangs of Graffiti


Posted on September 1, 2011, in Editorial, Ewok, Street Scene Tours. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Looks awesome! BTW the links to streetscenetours don’t seem to work – just get a 404

  2. Great,
    i talked with Richard to include The Alliance Française in the tour to see Mokkies + Stop graffs ; can you confirm with him ?!

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