26-28 July 2019, Pristina (Kosovo)

2835 meter square wall. 188 artists. 36 countries. The first Graffiti Park in Kosovo.


The journey of Street B, continues at the TRAIN STATION.
The railway that sent Kosovo to Europe, is bringing Europe & the World back in Prishtina!

Artwork by Tak Qrk
Graffiti, hip-hop performances, MOS shop, art fair, chill area, workshops… and more!
Enlighting the urban culture of the Balkans together!
Meeting of Styles Kosovo 2019
26-28 July | Train Station of Prishtina 🚂


#meetingofstyles #meetingofstyleskosovo #mos_kosovo


Meeting of Styles Kosovo 2019
26-28 July | Train Station of Prishtina 🚂






Art Development Center- “Q’art”

Str. Idriz Gjilani 17/117
10000 Prishtina
00383 44 712 701



Meeting of Styles Kosovo 2019 ||  PREPARATIONS OF TERRAIN AND WALLS



Meeting of Styles Kosovo 2019 ||  Artworks



Meeting of Styles Kosovo 2019   ||   EVENT PHOTOS

Meeting of Styles Kosovo || Edition 3.0 2019 Prishtina



Meeting of Syles Kosovo, Organizer

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