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Street Art Tag

Travel Postcards / 19.04.2012

If you've been reading Wild About Travel for a while you should have noticed by now that I'm fond of Street Art. Olinda is  a lovely small city not far from Recife, in North Eastern Brazil, whose historical centre hosts colored colonial houses, awesome cathedral and a few beautiful examples of Street Art. Want to see...

Travel Postcards / 25.02.2012

  I was walking randomly through Cape Town centre, as I often do when exploring a city, when I stepped into this huge colorful zebra. Being wild about street art, I couldn't help stopping to take a few pictures and admiring for a while the awesome drawing, shapes and colors. Apparently people working or living close-by have...

Travel Postcards / 23.01.2012

  A walk along Brick Lane and the surrounding area is a must for everyone passionate of Street Art visiting London. These cameras painted on a brilliant pink background seem to invite the people passing by to take a picture. And as they look at people in the streets, they remind of the ubiquitous cameras recording the...

Travel Postcards / 20.01.2010

  [caption id="attachment_1575" align="aligncenter" width="605"] Street Art in Olinda, Brazil.[/caption] If I was to describe Olinda (which, in Portuguese, means 'oh, how nice!'), an awesome little city near Recife, in Brazil, I would say: colorful. Pink, blue, yellow, red, green and a small street where the houses display a fabulous exhibition of street art. One day I'll have to...