Graffiti & Drawings
Elegant ladies painted on a wall from Bucharest Old Center (Centrul Vechi Bucuresti).
Tete a Tete Library (Tete a Tete Library) from Herastrau Park (Parcul Herastrau) – A good place for a lazy afternoon, with trees and fresh air all over the place. I like their painted wall close to the entry and the old bike, almost lost there but so well fitting the frame.
A recent drawing on a high school wall in Dr. Taberei districts.
In order to do a great graffiti, the kids first prepare the wall and paint an uniform background. This place is on Arthur Verona Street, close to Carturesti Library and the “house” of Street Delivery Annual Event. The wall periodically changes its appearance with distinct colors and new ideas. These pictures are from theme day section […]
Gara de Nord is probably the only metro station in Bucharest with dedicated paintings on the walls.
Not only the trees are yellow in Bucharest these days, but also the signs for the bike lines from Tineretului Park (Parcul Tineretului).
He used to “live” on an improvised wall from Cismigiu Garden (Gradina Cismigiu).
It’s time to celebrate as the Colors in Bucharest daily photo blog reached its 100th post.
Yes, somebody is watching you wherever you go. I found this red graffiti eyes on an advertising box from the back street of the Bucharest University (Universitatea Bucuresti). And still wondering what they have seen during the last year.