Seeing Street Art When Traveling

We have seen some truly interesting and beautiful art on the sides of buildings during our travels. Obviously not all of it is good and there is still plenty of graffiti to be found, but the work done by true artists can be quite wonderful. Art is something that unites all of us and the feelings that the images generate are not limited to the culture in which they were created. With that said, the culture also comes through in the art in the representations of the people, the colors, and at times the political message represented. More and more, as we travel we actively seek out street art in order to capture images of them to be part of our record of our visit. We are sharing just a sampling of that art and we don’t have a particular favorite. Do you capture images of street art and, if you do, do you have one that speaks to you more than others?

Tigers Getting Colorful Stripes in Carlsbad, California
A Woman Looking Like She is Peeking Through the Trees in Budapest
Building in Quito, Ecuador
Restaurant Wall in Prague
Fish Mosaic Wall in Vietnam
Chinatown Mural in San Francisco
Artwork in Cochabamba, Bolivia
Painted Building in Reykjavik, Iceland
Street Art in Panama City, Panama
Side of a Building in Denver, Colorado
Sandhill Cranes Painted on Wall in Southern Colorado
Surfing Mario at the Beach in California

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