#day299 – Columbian cat content

Wohoo, I knew there must be something good here. When there’s one really amazing thing about Bogota it’s definetely the street art. I haven’t seen such good murals since Buenos Aires. Huge perfectly made murals. I’m a fan of colors and street art here is impressively colorful. I’m not interested in cat content, I’m not […]

Continue Reading

#day185 – Valpo streetart tour

When South America is heaven on earth for streetart, the little coastal town Valparaiso is the gateway to this heaven. I’m amazed at all those tiny and picturesque alleys, nesteled between several hills and dozens of stunning lookouts. There’s always a huge impressive mural waiting around the next corner. I could wander around forever without getting tired of […]

Continue Reading

#day167 – Palermo streetart

Buenos Aires is one of the world’s most exciting cities for street art. Especially Palermo Hollywood is known for it’s vibrant urban art culture. You can book a tour by one of many operators here in town or you can do your own tour and look up the important facts online. I chose the second […]

Continue Reading

#day161 – malba museum

I have to see at least one museum from the inside during my 5 weeks in Buenos Aires. Museums are usally not my first option for freetime activities. A free event in one of the best art museums here was my chance to turn purposes into reality and so I motivated some friends and went […]

Continue Reading

#day131 – priceless art piece

Nothing describes our todays farewell Scene better than these painting of my niece. When little Resi strikes out to explore the world, the whole family comes to the train station to wave goodbye. Father, mother, sister, brother in law, niece, nephew 1 and nephew 2. Seeing my whole family on the platform, while I’m already sitting in the […]

Continue Reading

#day72 – my own mural

Call me a sprayer. Because I belong to them offically now. I made my very first mural in the public today. Bloody gangsta, I can tell you. My graffiti-firsttimer-action was well planned. Last weekend at my parents home I found a spray can in a box with old craft stuff. An exciting purple metallic shining colour-can. […]

Continue Reading

#day17 – exploring Wedding’s hidden streetart

What an April weather today! When I started cycling to my breakfast date I enjoyed a brightly shining sun and a clear blue sky. Shortly after arriving we got surprised by an unpredictable cloudburst. Since we were sitting inside, already indulging our delicous Weißwurst-Frühstück in a cozy surrounding, we didn’t care. Thuringia, Saxony and North Rine-Westfalia came […]

Continue Reading