Tallinn inaugurates the city’s first legal wall thanks to the arrival of the Wallspot platform which now operates in the Baltic countries. To celebrate this, a graffiti jam was held at the end of last month.
The Saue Vallavalitsus (Town Hall of the municipality of Saue), Spekter Shop and Montana Colors put together a graffiti meeting and workshop near Tallinn in the end of September. The chosen place, located on the outskirts of the Estonian capital is located in the town of Laagri and is now considered the first legal wall of the city and the first Wallspot of the Baltic Countries.
But just make sure that the news does not deceive you, as we can see thanks to the sensational photography that have been sent to us, the Estonian scene seems to be in full effect and enjoys great diversity: from the impressive wildstyles of Kares, Mora and Richcat to the abstract styles of Keuz and Neki
As with any graffiti encounter of top level quality the activities included workshops to initiate the youngest participants in the art of spray technique. Apparently not even the rain could stop the interest generated by this great event.