Category: Street Team
LISB-ON 2018: A Festival in the Heart of Lisbon
September 7, 2018
We could really feel a family atmosphere at LISB-ON: people talking and laughing like old friends, and organizers mixing with the scattering of artists. Michael Mayer told us how special Lisbon was to him as he has been coming here for more than 20 years. The guys who were running around organizing everything were old friends of his from the late ’90s and early ’00s, he told us. They were the guys booking him back then. This family feeling was starting to make sense.
Prata Living Concept: Lisbon’s Exclusive Town
July 30, 2018
Prata Living Concept — Braço de Prata — has just completed its latest stage with a further 32 properties for sale. But, will it be a destination for all or an elitist neighborhood? Headed by architect Renzo Piano, the project was originally started in 1999 but, tied up in bureaucracy, was not given the green […]
We Are Journalists, Dammit! Super Bock Super Rock 2018
July 24, 2018
Atlas were out and about in force this year at Super Bock Super Rock 2018, to hear the bands and see what our friends from the Underdogs Gallery have been up to. Here are some highlights!
Golegã’s National Horse Fair
July 4, 2018
We caught the Feira Nacional do Cavalo in Golego and were blown away not only by the horses, but by the riding culture atop them.
Drug Levels in Lisbon: The 2018 Report
June 22, 2018
Drugs are doing funny things in Europe, with some dropping off and others on the rise. The 2018 European Drug Report examines trends within Portugal.
Fábrica da Pólvora: The Explosive New Art Scene in Oeiras
June 11, 2018
Who would have thought that eight stops from Lisbon’s Rossio station in Barcarena, there’s a city of artist studios that laughs in the face of the co-working space concept, a green space, a killer buffet-style restaurant, an outdoor amphitheater, and an archeological museum all in the same complex?
Foxes, Owls, and Guerrillas: Graffiti Marketing in Lisbon
May 21, 2018
Street art can add to a city in many positive ways, but what we are seeing here is mercantile vandalism. This is a large company profiting at the expense of the city and the people and businesses who populate it.