Street art is specifically visual art developed in public places, i.e. streets. This post-graffiti, as it is also known as, is used to distinguish contemporary public-space artwork from territorial graffiti. Why is it called post-graffiti? Well, traditional graffiti primarily use free-hand aerosol paints to make their works where on the on the other hand “street art” includes other media and techniques, from LED art, over murals and sticker art, to wheatpasting and woodblocking. Many street artist have earned international attention for their work and have shown their works in museums or galleries as well as on the street.