I love street art. I love stumbling upon a beautiful work of art in the middle of a city when you aren't expecting it, be it on the side of a building, painted on a utilities box, or painted on the remnants of a historical site. I am always astounded when I see large scale works of art; it amazes me that people can plan and execute a mural of such large size. I definitely got my share of street art while spending time in Europe, so I decided to share some of my favorites!
An alleyway full of colorful graffiti in Cork, Ireland.
Painted utilities box in Cork, Ireland.
Vibrant street paintings in Camden.
Detailed facades in Camden.
A colorful, rainy scene in Camden.
A cute little chameleon outside of a hostel in Athens.
From somewhere near the Acropolis Museum.
From Athens, Greece.
Love thy neighbor. Budapest, Hungry.
A cooky bird house in Budapest.
The East Side Gallery in Berlin. Just shy of a mile of the Berlin wall is now covered in beautiful murals.
One of my favorite Murals at the East Side Gallery.
An important message at the East Side Gallery.
A dance party in a Berlin underpass. It may be hard to tell, but the speckles dotting this mural is all glitter.
This under pass had a dance party and a really good message. Let's all be friends.