Sheffield is a city full of colour and creativity, and yet while street art is peppered around the city, waiting on every corner, a lot of it goes unnoticed.
In the bustling city, people walk past stunning art every single day, but never think to stop and actually take a moment to appreciate what is there for all to see.
Not only is the art free to view – no admission fees for this gallery – there are many designs scattered around the city, so you don’t have to go out of your way to admire the creativity.
One of the most common places for Sheffield street art is Division Street, well known for its popularity amongst the local students.
For more hidden away pieces however, there’s plenty to see at “The Park” on Milton Street, with the walls surrounding the car park full of a mix of typography and cartoons.
A lot of art goes unnoticed every day, but all it takes is a bit of attention when wandering around the city to appreciate what’s there for all to see.
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