City of Colours in Pictures

The paint may have dried, but the fruits of City of Colours 2016 will adorn the walls of Digbeth for months to come!

Following the festival on Saturday 18 June, which attracted over 10,000 visitors, artists from as far away as New York and Israel have decorated our part of the city with even more incredible street art.

Lower Trinity Street is now home to a memorial portrait of Muhammad Ali, and the ground floor of the Adagio Aparthotel has been made over by Dan Kitchener (DANK), but there are more vibrant, colourful and skilled artworks to be found all over Digbeth.

See the Custard Factory blog for more pictures in a revolving gallery, and send your favourites to us on Twitter (@Digbeth) if you’d like us to share them!

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One Response to City of Colours in Pictures

  1. SPLATZ says:

    I hope there will be a City of Colours in 2018, as I want a spot.

    Check out my work in Kidderminster the vaughn bode style lizard near the boars head and other work on Park Lane in Kidderminster.



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