I didn’t see a lot of street art or graffiti art on my trip home to NZ. There seeems to be a lot of comissioned, mural-type pieces, which is lovely to see, but I do also appreciate the more chaotic and colourful (and often more emotional or political) nature of random street art. I bet…
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A Bit of Berlin
It was so so cold and wet!
First time exploring Vierhof and Tumblingerstr
Aside from the “Official Gallery” underneath the Brudermühlstr bridge, there are some great spots in the vicinity including the amazing underpass on the west side of the Isar.
Paris and my first “Street Art Tour”
So much fun discovering even more street art with my sister on this Paris trip. It felt a bit strange to join an organised tour to see art on the street, but it was worth it. With a knowledge guide I certainly got many insights that I would not normally get and with not much…
Naples, night and day, pizza and art
Next stop for my sister and I was Naples in Italy. We came across an amazing street full of graffiti and art, but my poor old phone could not handle the poor light at night, so I don’t have much to show for it. But I did get a couple of great street signs and…
Discovering more in Geneva
Geneva was the first destination for my sister and I on our tiki-tour around Europe in 2015. In between the wine and cheese we managed a few great finds on the street. We also stumbled across an exhibition on Bains des Paquis where artists had been creating there works of art. Most were complete already,…
Neustadt, Dresden, Street Art Heaven
I had no preconceptions about Dresden, I knew a lot of effort had gone into rebuilding after the devastation of the war, I was expecting lots of nice old buildings and a fun weekend in general. I knew nothing of the colourful, diverse, politically charged suburb of Neustadt. Thanks to the awesome organisational skills of…