With the Invader’s Street Art Tour you will join us in a real life video game, exploring Ljubljana’s pixelated urban art and other forms of street art.

Together with Katja Pavlič, we will visit the city’s largest gallery – the streets of Ljubljana, where we will get acquainted with the details of local street production. In the process, we will get to know the world-famous street artist Invader.

Through his project, the unknown but globally famous street artist Invader has freed these 8-bit retro characters from the world of 2D video games to spread them in 3D form all over the world and beyond – even in the stratosphere! With one wave, 20 ceramic pieces and a score of 340 points, the street artist successfully left his mark on Ljubljana years ago, but how much do you know about these infamous mosaics? Have you ever “flashed” them?

This time Invader is visiting the city in the form of an exhibition at the International Center of Graphic Arts, where the tour will also end. Under favorable conditions, Invader’s Street Art Tour will continue in the form of a guided visit to the exhibition Invader: Graphics on Paper exhibition.

Find out more about Invader, his work, rubikcubism and more broadly about street art on the one-and-only Invader’s Street Art Tour!

There are a limited number of places available, so please complete the registration form below.

✅ Price: Pay what you want (donations). Visiting the exhibition is possible with an MGLC ticket. 

✅ Language: English

💬  Katja Pavlič holds a degree in archeology and is an expert on Ljubljana’s street art. In the past she worked in various museums, and since 2017 she has been working as a city guide at Alternative Ljubljana, where she leads walks of all shapes and colors.

📍 Meeting place: Sax Pub (Eipprova Street 7, 1000 Ljubljana).

The event will take place outdoors and is part of the accompanying program of the Invader: Prints on Paper exhibition. Visitors to the event are asked to follow current safety recommendations.

The event can also be arranged for closed groups of up to 10 people. Please contact us for details.