Art in passing


The goal of the "Art in Passing" project is to bring street art closer to blind and partially sighted people who are excluded from this visual expression.

Street art is considered the most free form of art that is accessible to everyone - precisely because it is located on the streets that we all pass by. However, although it belongs to everyone, not everyone can see and experience it.

The goal of this project is to prepare and install 3D models of the murals located in Belgrade. Through 3D models of murals, we want to bring street art closer to blind and partially sighted people who can feel the models and hear the story of street art through expert lectures. The murals were chosen based on the appearance that is suitable for 3D processing as well as on the basis of the size and availability of the location itself. Along with the 3D models, QR codes are placed that lead to a site with more information about the project. All this is accompanied by a series of lectures on street art.

The first models of the mural were installed in 2021 on the occasion of October 15, which has been celebrated all over the world since 1992 as the Day of the Blind and Visually Impaired.

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We constantly promote our 3D models and the "Art in Passing" project in Serbia and abroad.
Here you can find information about our latest activities in this area.

The 11th model of a mural for the blind and visually impaired has been installed in the café-bar 16

As part of the "Art in Passage" project, the eleventh model of a mural for blind and visually impaired individuals has been installed in the premises of the social enterprise café-bar "16" on Cetinjska Street.

In Cacak, the first 3D model of a mural for the blind and visually impaired has been unveiled

Cacak – On the wall of the Association of the Blind and Visually Impaired in Cacak, a mural has been painted, accompanied by a 3D model with a description in Braille. The mural and model were created as part of the National Capital of Culture of Serbia 2023 – “Cacanska Rodna”, in a city that, thanks to the DUK festival, is one of the largest street art galleries in the country.

Presentation of 3D models for the blind in Vienna

The "Art in Passing" project by the organization Street Art Belgrade, which creates 3D models of murals for the blind and visually impaired, was presented in Vienna at the annual Zero Project conference held in the United Nations building

Announcement: The Presentation of 3D models for the blind in Vienna

The "Art in Passing" project by the organization Street Art Belgrade, which creates 3D models of murals for the blind and visually impaired, will be presented in Vienna at the annual Zero Project conference held in the United Nations building.

The ninth model mural for blind and partially sighted people was installed in Belgrade

As part of the "Art in Passing" project, the ninth model mural for the blind and visually impaired was installed in Block 45, one of the largest street galleries in the region.

Descriptions of murals for which 3D models were made

Five new mural models will be installed during May at several locations in the city center and represent different artists and styles of street art.

3D model of the mural “Love and Hope”

Through the "Art in Passing" project, which is supported by the Yettel Foundation, we want to bring street art closer to blind and partially sighted people by placing models made with 3D technology.

What our street looked like in 2021

Bearing in mind that we are all going through challenging periods of changes in the way we organize life and work, and that sometimes it seems that nothing is happening, we wanted to look back on the year that is about to end. Our desire is to show that a strong community, once naive enthusiasm and love for the field we are dealing with can overcome challenges and make progress that is extremely…