Prague, Czech Republic, taken on December 26, 2014
While wandering through the streets of Prague, I came upon this door, hidden in a path far from the crowded public. There is something about the contrast between the old stone exterior of this building and the graffiti scribbles that drew my attention to this place, even though I didn’t know what the building was and where the door led to.
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, taken on November 11, 2013
Having lived in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium for a period of time, I became familiar with the various places where you could find wall art around the city. And there were many. This stretch of wall art was found in Place des Wallons, right by the student kots (student residences). It was a very surreal jungle of some sort, very bright and colourful. I gotta say I quite enjoyed walking by this huge mural to and from work every day. (Click here to read my dedicated post about wall art in Louvain-la-Neuve.)
I decided to take a walk around the lake this afternoon. To get to the lake I’d have to get to the other side of this underpass, with colourful graffiti on its walls.