Favourite Street Art

Street Art Mellieha MaltaMellihea, Malta
Bratislava Street ArtBratislava, Slovakia
Sólfar suncraft Reykjavik Iceland
The Solfar Suncraft, Reykjavik, Iceland
Agincourt ArchersAgincourt English Archers, France
L'Escala Costa Brava Street ArtL’Escala, Catalonia, Spain
Burgos Weary PilgrimBurgos, Castilla y Leon The Pilgrim, Spain
Marilyn Monroe Haugesund NorwayHaugesund Marilyn Monroe, Norway

Krakow, Poland

I Love Wroclaw DwarfWroclaw, Poland
Irish Famine
The Potato Famine, Dublin, Ireland
Anonymous Pedestrians Wroclaw Poland
Wroclaw, Poland – The Anonymous PedestriansBelfast  Beacon Of Hope
Belfast, Beacon Of Hope

24 responses to “Favourite Street Art

  1. I still like the first one.

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  2. You’ve done it again. Now I have to get on a train and go down to Melbourne and take a few photos and bring ’em back and show you. Yours are great so I’ll have to hunt around.

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  3. I love street art

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  4. Interesting, some have stories to tell, don’t they?

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  5. Fabulous images Andrew. I am afraid you have stirred up my wanderlust virus. Seems to happen a lot over here in Have Bag Will Travel.

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  6. And who says the world can’t be great – these I think are wonderful and bring a sense of closeness to a community.

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  7. So much cool art. I really loved the one in Bratislava 🙂

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  8. This is a superb collection of street art, Andrew. Thank you, and Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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  9. Merry Christmas, Andrew. And I can tick off the first two works in your collection. Love the look of the Polish ones too.

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  10. As you may have noticed in our blog Andrew, we’re big fans of street art as well. It’s always gratifying to see a community that cares enough to spend money on art which is free and accessible to everyone. Good collection and post. Happy Holidays. ~James

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  11. I think I must put Wroclaw Poland on my to-do list.

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  12. The statues in Dublin and Wroclaw look like zombies – spooky!

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  13. This is an amazing collection! Took me a couple of looks to see what the one in Krakow represented.

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