When walking in Madrid keep your eyes peeled. The walls hold hidden treasures.
If you walk too fast or your head is down, you might overlook a gem like this one.
Like the corner store, street art is an integral part of the neighborhoods.
Sometimes it’s creative, other times it’s a happy accident. Nothing is sacred. All public space is subject to modification.
Posted on May 18th, 2015
A recently finished, hand colored, Holga scene in Berkeley, CA.
Posted on January 9th, 2015
Stencil graffiti, Ocean Beach, San Francisco
Posted on May 8th, 2014
Bike messenger, Chinatown
Mannequins in an old fashioned sewing machine shop, Little Italy.
Doorway, Mile End neighborhood
Posted on November 11th, 2013
Graffiti alley, Mile End neighborhood.
Mother of the bride, old Montreal.
Tiny apples, waterfront park, Vieux Port.
Posted on November 9th, 2013
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Posted on January 18th, 2013
Bored flea market vendor, Barcelona.
The view from inside the Contemporary Art Museum, Barcelona.
Street art, Madrid.
Posted on January 15th, 2013
I loved the variety of street art in Spain. Wandering the side streets with a camera was always fun and rewarding.
These are just a few examples of street art in Madrid. Below, layers of event posters with eyes, faces and colors.
Enjoy the crisis.
And one of my favorites. A riff on the famous Robert Capa photograph from the Spanish Civil War, Falling Solider. Here a camera has replaced the solider's rifle.
Posted on November 30th, 2012
This is a small section of a really great mural in Little Italy North, near downtown San Diego.
Posted on April 12th, 2011
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