PPAC: Stožice street art 2

As promised, here is the second part of the photos that I didn’t take from the newly-built ruin between the Stožice Arena and the stadium in Ljubljana where graffiti artists have their picnic.

While I’m enjoying Piran with my visitors, let’s look back to mid-August when a series of (non)coincidences brought me in possession of these glimpses. As we established last week, Azram (a.k.a Ramz) is a great talent, and 1107 Klan kicks ass too. Today you will see how their works have to battle new growth.

I wish to thank Cee for including my last week’s post from here among the featured ones. Lovely to see!

And in the meantime, I will take mom, Crystal and Pedro swimming. And later, some Ferraris will swing by. I asked them nicely.

For Photographing Public Art Challenge (PPAC) hosted by Cee at Cee’s Photo Challenges

This day in my blogging history

Published by Manja Maksimovič

A Slovenian in Italy for love. Blogger, photographer, translator and would-be writer who would be a writer if she wrote. Plus reluctant but emerging poet. Beware.

21 thoughts on “PPAC: Stožice street art 2

  1. I do love that any spare piece of wall is a canvas to street artists, ruins or not. Though I do prefer images to words, I must say. Sometimes I find graffiti font a little aggressive but that’s just me. I adore the photo of the cats at the end, it’s just wonderful. Please may I incorporate that in a work of art some time? ☀️

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      1. Thank you, I’d love to sketch it some time. It’s such a perfectly framed silhouette, a simple form with high contrast. The quality is fine and if I reference it any way, I shall let you know and of course credit you. Thank you! It would just be sketchbook stuff for now 🙂

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      1. I’m sorry but I have no info on this art other than what I could see. I know of no insider who could help me out. It seems that this area is used by artists to practice and full around. But I also hear that this project has been sold to some Libyans and it’s possible that they will stop all of this art one day.

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    1. Hi, Julie, and welcome to my blog! I must admit that I don’t know what you mean by a wash (unless you mean a real wash, like a car wash). This is an unrealised project of a shopping mall between the newly-built basketball/concert arena and also new stadium (well, from 2010). I hear that the three levels go down to the ground and are full of art like this. These photos are only from the first level nearest the surface.

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      1. Thank you for teaching me something new! I’m a translator and it will come handy. We don’t have this kind of reservoirs though. This was supposed to be an underground shopping mall.

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