Thanks to the likes of Banksy and last year's subversive Dismaland (opens in new tab), street art (opens in new tab) has really exploded in popularity recently. Since the graffiti boom of the 1980s that put street art on the map, plenty of artists have used the medium to create experimental designs (opens in new tab) loaded with political messages, pop culture references, or just simply amazing artwork.
With artists all over the world picking up their spray cans and stencils in order to liven up streets and buildings with their work, personalised photo canvas site Parrot Print (opens in new tab) have decided to collect together some of the best street art locations in this brilliant infographic (opens in new tab).
"Street art goes largely unnoticed around the world, even though some creations rival great paintings in terms of beauty and hidden messages," says Victoria Dovaston from Parrot Print.
If you're a traveller with an interest in art, this infographic is a useful checklist to accompany your adventures. However, if you're new to the world of street art, this list also provides some great starting points for you to look into.