The Pop-Art Wall

NYC .JPGManhattan, New York, USA

So, this was my hotel room’s view when I stayed in the Row NYC, right next to Times Square. I could not find it on foot, but maybe someone has better eyesight than I do (which wouldn’t be surprising at all). If someone does, or if someone has any information about this, please do contact me and help me make this blog as accurate as possible.



The Construction Site

copenhagen-front-of-hotelcopenhagen-front-of-hotelKongens Nytorv, Copenhagen, Denmark

This mural around Kongens Nytorv is only there temporarily, since it’s painted on the construction site’s walls. The pictures above are from July, 2016.

Party Animals

fullsizerender-2fullsizerender Cowgate under George IV Bridge, Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland

This fun artwork lies under a bridge near the Grassmarket. So after looking at the main plaza were the hangings were done, if you walk under the bridge you’ll find something quite extraordinary -as long as whatever place is inside has its doors closed.

Life Under the Sea

Camana Bay, Cayman Islands .JPGCamana Bay, George Town, Cayman Islands

For those of us who can’t dive or simply refuse to, this mural makes you feel like you’re underwater coexisting with the fish and anemone -less the pressure issue.

Puppet Rappers

john-st-glasgow George St. junction with John St, Glasgow, Scotland

Adding up to Glasgow’s street musicians are these rappers. They may not dress like Glasgow’s other street musicians, but once you hear them you will not believe your ears.

The Literate Street


“Then it was here and now. Now it is there and why”.

literatu-vilniusLiteratų g, Vilnius, Lithuania

This street’s walls are filled with things like teacups and false teeth (number 115!), some great street art, and quotes lying around waiting for you to find them.

A Curious Giant

IMG_6076.JPG Seen from Argyle St. junction with Mitchell St, Glasgow, Scotland

This woman is visible from Argyle St. if you look towards Mitchell St. The best thing to do is wait for people to walk by and position themselves just under this woman’s curious fingers. Just try not to laugh too loud, or other pedestrians might think you’re a little crazy -although there’s nothing wrong with that!