Tag Archives: graffiti

Panda Girl, Seville, Spain

Street Art: 2015 Year in Review

Street Art Survey 2015 Our 2015 was filled with opportunities to discover and explore new and interesting places.  We were lucky enough to spend about six months in Europe doing…

East Side Gallery art

Street Art: Berlin’s East Side Gallery

  The East Side Gallery should be on everyone’s to do list when visiting Berlin. The gallery is a section of the original Berlin Wall spanning nearly a mile on Mühlenstraße…

The Face of the Arts

Street Art: Cincinnati

Street Art: Cincinnati By TurtlesTravel A collection of images from an afternoon spent wandering around Cincy aka. The Queen City, aka. Porkopolis.   What's Happening Down There? By TurtlesTravel The…

Theater of Life Philadelphia

Street Art: Philadephia Murals

While zigging and zagging through Philadelphia, we were lucky enough to stumble upon one of the famous Philadelphia murals. We were exploring and wandering the Society Hill neighborhood when we…

Medellin Graffiti

Street Art: Medellin’s Voice of the People

Creative expression can be found in many forms. Street art is often a form of expression for those who don’t have other means. It can convey a personal message, or…

Maria Mulata, street art in Cartagena

Street Art: Colors of Cartagena

Street Art in Cartagena Cartagena is already so full of vibrant color; it’s hard to imagine street art wouldn’t get lost in the kaleidoscope. Beyond the colonial architecture, doors and…

Bogota Mural Candelaria

Street Art: Bogota’s Cultural Renaissance

Bogota Street Art Bogota has come a long way through a turbulent history. Still often ranked toward the bottom in terms of livability and called one of the ugliest capitals around, street artists…

Ushuaia Wall

Street Art: The Evolution of Graffiti

Graffiti. Art? Eyesore? Vandalism or outlet of free expression? Does it bring a neighborhood down, or can it raise one up? Moving to New York in the late 80s, there…