A few weeks ago, I went on an awe-inspiring road-trip through Iceland with Mr.A and two of our closest friends in Stockholm. Although it will take me a while to recount all those breath-taking views and experiences we shared along the way, let me start with Reykjavik, our port of entry & exit. Like I do on all my trips, I tried to capture the spirit of the city through its vibrant street art. At least a few years ago, the authorities in Reykjavik were not very supportive of this form of art. Not sure where they stand now, but I was happy to find a lot of color along Laugavegur, Reykjavik’s hep main street, leading up to the beautiful harbor area of Gamla Höfn. Take a look 🙂
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- Street art in Zagreb from my road-trip through Croatia earlier this summer.
- Graffiti on the East Side Gallery, some remains of the Berlin Wall.
- Street art in Stockholm, another city with a strict view on graffiti.
- Cheerful paintings in Copenhagen’s Freetown Christiania.
- Plaka & Monastikari, those lively areas in Athens.
- Graffiti on the by-lanes of Barcelona.