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Future Icons – Association for young and innovative Art & Culture

Auersperggasse 23, 8010 Graz

Artistic Director: Norbert Lipp

Future Icons presents


Future Icons/ International Street Art Artists:

Lin „Quik“ Felton (US), Daan Botlek (NL), Kashink (FR), MR Puppet (SE), This One (GB), Frankie Strand (GB), Joachim (BE), HNRX (AT), Chromeo & DRÜ EGG (CH), Anton Sakvo (RU), Lunar (HR), Argiris Ser (GR), Create Tattoos & Art (AT), Guido Zimmermann (DE), Jacoba Niepoort (DK), Philo Jöbstl (AT), Sumo (LU), Koctel (ES), KJ 263 (RU), Marvin Busta & Sizetwo (AT), MOTS Artist Duo (PT,PL), Loomit (DE), Peter Bankov (BY), …

„Experience Urban Art anytime“

Street artists from all over the world, but also local greats of the scene have made walls their canvas and beautified Styria with larger-than-life works of art.
The Street Art Map Styria shows you our favorite murals and where to go if you want to marvel at these murals yourself up close.
And the best part? No long lines or expensive admission, but a free exploration tour of a different kind through the colorful diversity of the urban art scene.

Quick Overview of murals with the STREETART-MAP Styria

The Streetart-Map shows you where in Styria you can find worth seeing murals of local and international artists. Click on the icon to find out not only the exact address, but also more information about the artist and exciting background information about the works of art.


Future Icons

Association for young and innovative Art and Culture, Graz - Austria

Future Icons is an internationally active art and cultural association based in Graz, Styria, and is a venue for the production and presentation of contemporary art forms in the fields of visual art, urban art, music and media art. Future Icons is a think tank and workshop for new forms of performance in the field of contemporary art forms, presenting art interactively and with media impact to the public.
Future Icons is the organiser of the "Urban Art Festival Styria", runs an "Artists in Residence Programme" in Graz and annually invites internationally renowned artists in the fields of contemporary visual arts, urban art, music, media art as well as science and technology to work on current socio-political issues from the perspective of the artists.

The festival has now developed into a platform and hub for young and innovative art and culture in the fields of graffiti, street art, music and contemporary visual arts.

Norbert Lipp – Artistic Director

Mag. Norbert Lipp, MAS MBA, was born in Graz 1968, Austria. He has an MBA from Chicago University and Salzburg Business School in International Arts Management. For twenty years he has organized cultural festivals and concert tours in Europe. Some well´known artists involved Mstislav Rostropovich, Dennis Russell Davies, Linz Bruckner Orchestra. He is a consultant to cultural and business institutions in Austria and throughout Europe. He advises in areas such as new media, financing, international project management.
He studied classical music at the University of Vienna and Graz and graduated top of his class and received the Award of Appreciation for outstanding artistic achievement from the Austrian Ministry of Science and Research. In his own right he is a professional musician, who is invited to play in the Graz Opera House and who has his own music groups.

He believes that creativity is an essential human quality and needs to be nurtured. Art in all its forms is the most obvious way to encourage creativity. He has been doing this for the last twenty years through his festivals which have ranged from classical music, to Graffiti Artists, to Street Artists, to static exhibitions. All this work has been done within the framework of the European Union. It has involved many young people both as artists and as trainees to develop their own competencies in areas such as language, intercultural understandings, solidarity and understanding of the plight of those less fortunate.,,