The Brisbane Street Art Festival will see more than 50 visual artists work their magic at public locations around the city next month.

A new concept conceived by a creative collective that intends to “enhance the Brisbane community and inspire individuals through public art”, the first Brisbane Street Art Festival (BSAF) will be held at various sanctioned venues and spaces across inner city Brisbane.

The BSAF team have arranged for more than 50 artists to showcase their work with 28 live murals around the city, as well as two group exhibitions.

Highly sought-after street artists Sofles, Guido Van Helten, Mik Shida and Cezary Stulgis will headline.

You’ll be able to witness and engage with some of the city’s most talented artists from 6-14 February. To stay in the loop about which artists will be working on which spaces, visit or follow the BSAF crew on Facebook and Instagram.