Oh, how I love this theme. Here is a selection of most memorable or quirkiest pieces from here, Italy, and there, Slovenia.
Art in the street – how marvellous.
I’ve always loved it when streets talk and I know the language, but art without words is even more universal and accessible. That said, some words are included as well. You know, like on a blog.
My eyes are always wide open for street art and some pieces can stay with me for eternity. Here are some such with a few funny additions.
Two fairy-tale characters have escaped from a folder with photos for my current PPAC – Photographing Public Art Challenge series where I’m in the middle of the mural town Sant’Angelo. Click on the link above to see the first three posts from there.
There are (at least) two bloggers who consistently, systematically and with much love track down street art and post it so that we can see it too. With two examples that I loved recently, they are scooj at Natural adventures and GerryK at TAB54. But if you are a street art lover, you already knew that.
And now I invite you to my personal subjective street art tour with the best examples that I have encountered so far. I did my best to track down the artist. Next I give the location and the year when I saw it (not when it was done). The treat is on the street.
For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by Patti at P. A. Moed: Street Art
This day in my blogging history
2015: I see something special and show it to the camera. A picture is produced. The moment is held until someone sees it. Then it is theirs.