A few pieces of public art from Lisbon.
An abandoned XIX century military fort became an canvas for the creativity of several street artists. Here are some pictures of Fort Bema in the north of Warsaw, Poland.
All walls are borders that can be made invisible with some murals. Puławska Avenue is a long and colorful example.
Cosmopolitan life changes people as much as it changes the city.
Inspiratornia Foundation has stenciled under the Prymasa Tysiąclecia viaduct (over Obozowa), has a couple of warnings, reminiscent of cigarette packs, about behavioral addictions such as work and shopping. The designer is Robert Poryzała.
A few paintings that embellish the barricaded windows of a building some people call home in the city center of Warsaw. A well know squat called Przychodnia Skłot.