Busan's most popular public art attraction.
How to see the many sides of Busan in just 24 hours.
Which Portuguese city is cooler: Lisbon or Porto? Which has more street art? Which one is more authentic? These are the wrong questions to ask, because it doesn't matter. As the title says, "Todo o mestre já foi aluno", or: "All teachers were once students."
Bright walls, wheatpastes, book installations--oh my!
Remember how I said Bristol was a perfect mix of traditional and modern? Well I meant it! Supposedly Banksy is from Bristol, which means the tradition and love for street art is strong here, and really, what more could a girl ask for?
More than just a beautiful backdrop of teenaged debauchery (if you were of the generation that watched Skins), I fell in love with Bristol the moment I got there.
I once heard some rosy-cheeked American college students at a hostel kitchen in Prague discussing their various backpacking journeys through Europe on their study abroad year (really fascinating stories, let me tell you; did you know the beer in Munich is really good and Germans are very serious people? Illuminating). While they were comparing notes …
I spent a good amount of my time in Poznań wandering down streets, into alleys, and under bridges in search of art spray painted, stenciled, or wheat pasted on buildings, gates, and cement walls.
Finding pieces of identity, scattered throughout the German capital like pieces of the old wall.
Some pictures taken while walking along Telegraph Avenue