No Limit Street Art today was awarded with the municpality of Borås prize for urban and landscape development, during a prize ceremony in the brand new Orangery in the heart of Borås. The award is held every three years and points out good examples of architecture and urban development. in the town of Borås.

–       I´m happy, proud and a little surprised. When we started working with No Limit I guess none of us could imagine that it would lead to such a recognition and a prize for urban and landscape development. I´ll really be a neat duty to spread the happy news to the artists and the buildning owners and I really hope that they will credit from this, each and everyone of them, says Stina Hallhagen, project manager of No Limit Street Art.

–       Besides that many people love the art that was created during No Limit, this perhaps is the finest review a street art festival could get. It really shows what art in public spaces can achieve. I´m honored, happy and thankful of beeing a part of an entirety that could make such positive change to the townscape in a city, says Shai Dahan, curator of No Limit Street Art.

The motivation of the jury
The No Limit Street Art festival has been such appreciated that the city has decided to keep the pieces for several years to come. With imaginative paintings on the facades the festival adds a stimulating new dimension to the town scape. The pieces of art contributes to a strengthened interest for the city room.