Eco Street Art Resources


Bengsten, Peter. Street Art and the EnvironmentAlmendros de Granada Press, 2018.

Bengtsen, Peter. "Street Art and the Nature of the City." Bild och Natur. Tio Konstvetenskapliga Betraktelser. Edited by Peter Bengtsen, Max Liljefors, and Moa Petersén, Lund Studies in Arts and Cultural Sciences, 2018, 125-138.

Braswell, Mary. "Street Art Meets Climate Science in the Big, Blue Face of Zeus." Luskin School of Public Affairs, October 22, 2019.

"Climate Street Art." Accessed May 4, 2021.

Dolm, JJ. "12 Times Street Art Made You Think About the Planet." One Green Planet. Accessed May 4, 2021.

Donofrio, Stephan. "Street Art as a Messenger for Climate Change Action." Unicef, November 15, 2018.

Egnér, Vidar. "Make the World Greta Again--Climate Change." Street Art Utopia, October 7, 2019.

Frank, Priscilla. "Environmental Street Artists Depict the Dark Realities We Often Avoid." Huffington Post, August 11, 2016.

Gaffney, Austyn. "An Ecotour of Street Art: The Dusty Rebel Documents Environmental Protest Along the Streets of New York City.Sierra. Accessed April 28, 2021.

Giamporcaro, Stephanie, and George Kuk. "Street Artists Are Joining the Fight to Save the Environment." The Conversation, February 7, 2019.

Good, Kate. "Awesome Graffiti Art That Will Shake Up The Way You Think About Your Relationship With Nature." One Green Planet. Accessed May 18, 2021.

Jewell, Nicole. "This Massive 11-story Mural in Chile Celebrates Tree-huggers." Inhabitat, December 27, 2016.

Nėjė, Julija. "64 Powerful Street Art Pieces That Tell The Uncomfortable Truth." Bored Panda. Accessed May 4, 2020.

Pandolfi, Elizabeth. "Here's How to Create Public Art Rooted in Environmental Justice." Next City, August 26, 2020.

Stewart, Jessica. "Artist Spreads Positivity Across the Globe With His Eco-Friendly Street Art." My Modern Met, December 25, 2020.

"Three Types of Eco-Friendly Graffiti That Will Blow Your Mind." Greenpeace. May 29, 2015.

Tunić, Srđan. "Street Art & Graffiti in Belgrade: Ecological Potentials?" SAUC - Street Art and Urban Creativity 6 (2), 71 - 102.

Yoder, Kate. "It Looks Like Banksy Just Created an Extinction Rebellion Mural." Grist, April 26, 2019.


Human Nature art production company, based in London, sponsors environmental public art projects and exhibitions. See descriptions of the ambitious environmental street art projects they have sponsored on their website (

Hagopian Arts, a female-led mural initiative based out of Philadephia has created an Eco Mural Project comprising a "series of ecologically-themed public art pieces that have two goals: to beautify blank walls and educate the public about environmental degradation." Each mural contains a QR code that links to further information about the ecological issues and to relevant environmental organizations. See the details on their website ( 

Our Greener Future, a nonprofit organization in the United Kingdom, uses "art and creativity to inspire, educate and support people who are interested in sharing their love of nature and adopting sustainable choices." Learn about the eco street art projects they have supported on their website (

Graffiti Arts, a street art, graffiti, and mural agency has a page highlighting environmentally friendly street art methods and artists-for-hire on their website (