The 2024 edition of Nuart Aberdeen has seen several new additions to the city's walls - and streets. The 2024 edition of Nuart Aberdeen has seen several new additions to the city's walls - and streets.
The 2024 edition of Nuart Aberdeen has seen several new additions to the city's walls - and streets. | Scotsman/National World.

In pictures: Every project from Nuart Aberdeen 2024 - including fake city signs

From huge murals welcoming visitors to rogue street signs hidden around the city, here are all of the new works installed as part of Nuart Aberdeen 2024.

Having just been named one of the top street art festivals in the world, the 2024 edition of Nuart Aberdeen kicked off with a bang.

Just ahead of the festival’s launch on Thursday, June 6, the Granite City was named as one of the world’s top destinations for street art by The Financial Times, alongside locations such as San Francisco, Rio de Janeiro and Sydney.

Since launching in 2017, Nuart Aberdeen has attracted dozens of internationally-renowned artists to the North East as well as tens of thousands of visitors.

Alongside Spectra, Scotland’s light festival which takes place each winter, Nuart is one of the most popular events in Aberdeen’s cultural calendar. It is staged by Aberdeen Inspired in partnership with Aberdeen City Council.

A total of 11 artists took part in Nuart Aberdeen 2024, including returning artists such as Hera and KMG who transformed walls at the harbour and airport respectively to welcome people to the city.

Adrian Watson, chief executive of Aberdeen Inspired, said that the festival is something “everyone in the city should be proud of”.