What I like above all, when I stroll around Barcelona, is to come across indistinct shapes and spots of paint on street furniture, which I then convert into scenic elements of my own imaginary world.
Barcelona is thriving on multicultural trends in all aspects of life, including street art, like here on Avinyó street.
If you prefer to avoid summer crowds, you can always look for some quiet Barcelona neighborhood and enjoy some street art. It is nice to get down to basics with a few dots and lines like here in the picture.
In many neighborhoods of Barcelona one can find graffitis and tags which bring life and color to crumbling facades and rusty doors. Here is an example with even brighter tones.
It has been a while since I have posted pictures of graffitis. This one was captured in the Poblenou neighborhood.
It looks like Heraclitus got his inspiration from Barcelona when he said that nothing endures but change. The city is growing at a staggering pace. Everyday old factories are walled up, and new buildings crop up all over the place.…
North of downtown Barcelona, the Sant Marti’s district was one of the most active industrial areas of the city at the turn of the 20th century. With the perspective of the 1992 Summer Olympic Games, the local government started to…
Barna is the nickname local people use for Barcelona. Graffitis are very popular here. What I like best are tags and graffitis that have almost faded away. Here is an example from my “Revisited Graffiti” series.