Inspiring City has been featured in a number of publications over the years. Some of our favourite bloggers have kindly written about us. We’ve also been referenced, quoted and cited by many other publications.
Here is a selection of some of our favourite articles and publications featuring the Inspiring City Blog.
Dutch Girl in London
In around 2014 I first met Zarina, the founder of Dutch Girl in London. Her blog is captivating. Always writing with passion and interest, she covers such a variety of topics. We of course share a shared passion for street art. It was an honour therefore when she included us in her ‘3 Street Art Bloggers you should follow’ piece.
Giulia is one of the foremost street art bloggers around. She’s also a great festival buddy. We’ve traveled and we’ve written together. Whilst in Aberdeen together during 2019 she interviewed me. And what a great interview it is.
Jenn is a lifestyle blogger. Her website features articles on art and culture as well as the little pleasures in life. During the lockdown caused by Covid-19 she interviewed me. Always passionate about street art then if she can’t get out to see it, the next best thing is to talk about it.
Working with the travel agency Ebookers I visited the city of Barcelona. Creating a series of posts it was part of a series called ‘My Barcelona’. A range of bloggers were involved from different niches. Each visiting and writing about the city from their own perspectives.
Street Art, Fine Art
Organised by the late Ingrid Beazley. This book was the product of an ambitious project to turn Dulwich into a street art hub. It’s a legacy which exists to this day. I wrote one of the forewords to the book. The article was called ‘The Evolution of Art‘. You can buy the book here.
Lucy Sparrows Felt World
We’ve followed the work of Lucy Sparrow for some time. Featuring her work many times on the blog. We’ve also interviewed her a number of times. Her book Felt World contains a number of photographs from some of our earlier meetings