Its a graffiti and art experience like no other... You get to see and photograph yourselves along the longest graffiti wall in East Africa. 200+ meters of wall covered in graffiti from artist within Nairobi in collaboration with artists around the world. From USA, Europe, Russia, Australia etc. at the Railways Museum, Nairobi, Kenya. Get to see more art in their train studios full of graffiti outside. Graffiti train studios to BSQ Crew and First Generation Nairobi Graffiti artists (Spray Uzi Crew) studios. We have Nairobi style Graffiti merchandises and afro-futuristic arts for sale. We are situated inside the Nairobi Railways Museum so you will also get a chance to see old steam trains. You get to meet the graffiti artists and talk to them in person about their work.
Bebeto Ochieng, better known as Thufu-B is a master of lines. Graffiti circles have fondly dubbed him the “Lines man”. Thufu-B is one of the founding members of BSQ crew, a graffiti group based in Kenya’s Capital, Nairobi since 2014. A second Generation Artist who works closely with first generation artists to make collabo graffiti around Nairobi. His work focuses mainly on African females. Notably, portraits with African patterns on the background finnishing with lines that create faces. These portraits mostly focus on traditional African Cultures.
Distilled Water (dasani water) and Free BSQ Crew stickers.
A stretch of wall inside the Railways Museum. Description of the graffiti and people involved in creating them. Visit a studio warehouse full of upcoming mentored artists doing different kinds of art. Meet graffiti artists in their train studios. Feel free to ask question about their art. Get a chance to see the old steem trains and a renovated studio ones.
The meeting spot is an open area outside the the station entrance which happens to be next to the Nairobi Railways Police Station and Railway Bus Station.
Walls to Trains Graffiti Tour