More Vienna and the colourful canal

After seeing some of the canal by night it was great to go back the following morning and see even more in the daylight (though unfortunately not SUNlight). As well as the massive walls and paintings there are lots of little stencils and stickers if you look closer. I started noticing lots of pieces by…

Vienna and the Donaukanal by night

With just a short amount of free time in Vienna I was thrilled to be able to get a glimpse of the street art scene by exploring up and down the Donaukanal (Danube Canal) by night and by day (well, a freezing cold and wet morning). The art of the walls seemed to stretch further…

Under the bridge

More Brudermühlbrücke shots from my weekly walk to my bridge. You can also see some of these in their earlier stages  back in November and October

Rediscovering Viehhof

After visiting the Viehhof several times recently I can confirm this is currently one of my favourite places in Munich, totally my happy place.So much colour and spraypaint everywhere, on the walls, the ground, the brand new rubbish bins, the abandoned cars… 🙂 The turnaround is pretty quick at Viehhof, so each visit rewards you…

Stumbling upon Tumbling

I did a couple of walks to the Viehhof in Jan and Feb and was pleased to discover the “Tumblingerstr Hall of Fame” on the other side of the very same walls. Depsite having read about Tumblingerstr being a good spot, I though that was just generally referring to the Viehhof. I can’t believe I…

Brudermühlbrücke, my bridge in 2014

I visit my bridge regularly throughout the seasons and watch as new art comes and goes just like the snow and sun and autumn leaves. It’s always a treat, I never know what I might find. Feb June November  

Crete, sunshine, sea and art on the streets

We were based in a tiny wee fishing village called Bali for our stay on the island of Crete. From there we did some day trips including one to the city of Chania were I spotted this aray of art on the street.

A couple of extra Kiwi ones

The sheep are obviously commissioned sculptures, but they are in the street and arty-farty and cute as cupcakes, and so very New Zealand.