Lodz Poland is home to many large murals that have been funded and promoted by organizations such as Urban Forms Gallery (Fundacja Urban Forms). Although not as common as in some cities, there are smaller works to be found – paste ups, stickers, and stencils by a number of artists. These are ones that I saw the day that I was in Lodz back in May 2022.
below: Putin as the devil, a Nazi devil surrounded by skulls and death.
below: blue hand grenade
below: Gu-tang Clan dog headed hand grenades plus a 2020 view of Earth.
below: A pasteup on a sidewalk box in Centrum that shares many similarities with the 2020 Earth above.
below: This balck and white dog head features on many gu-tang works…
below: …. such as this one.
below: A 3fala portrait of Katarzyna Kobro (1898-1951), a Polish sculptor.
below: Man with a beard. More on 3fala (if your Polish is good): TrzyFala
below: 3-D mask with a square nose and eyes closed
below: A masked swordsman painted on a fence
below: An abstract painting that was pasted to a wall.
below: A pink balloon dog crosses the street at the crosswalk. The sticker on the left says “Moje ciato, moj wybor”, or: my body, my choice.
below: A grumpy, angry bald man growling at the world.
below: A house for a body? Or a house with legs? Whatever it is, it seems to be wearing adidas shoes. It too is angry and letting the world know it. Random words, win, and sugar.
below: square happy faces
below: Lodz, No Surrender
below: Small pink happy cat with twinkling yellow heart.
below: A bird? and its shadow