I have recently uploaded a video to youtube that I made with all the pictures that I took of street art in Casablanca. You can find the link to the street art here.
A low wall in the older part of the city… if I remember correctly it might be on one side of a taxi parking lot? As I was taking pictures, an older man stopped to talk to me about the paintings on the wall. I think that he said that a group of students painted it.
The mural is full of Casablanca scenes such as this image of the Hussan 2 mosque.
below: Typical Moroccan tile work.
below: Curly metal railings and grilles like this can be seen all over Morocco.
below: The Moroccan flag is a green star on a red background.
below: This large mural by M.C. Baldassari is at one end of the lane, at Prince Arthur.
below: The very bottom part of the mural
As you walk down the lane, there are a number of older murals along with a lot of graffiti.
below: A Waxhead creation
below: A blue eye on the door. With a smaller eye drawn inside it.
below: Some of the murals have been tagged over. Parts of the pink animals (and blue dog) are still peeking out above the mess.
below: A large mural in Thessaloniki by DAL and Faith47.
below: The unspeakable truth
below: Large owl in purple and white with pink eyes staring at you.
below: A mad dog (wolf?) with teeth showing, chasing a man in green.
below: All you see are the blue eyes… veil by vales?
below: It reminded me of the story of the Trojan horse. Or you can think of it as two modes of transportation, then and now.
below: Encircled in purple
below: How is your Greek? I haven’t a clue but I hope it’s not too profane. When I tried a google image search, it came up with maps of Thessaloniki – is that a clue? I thought the image was more like a bird.
below: Making music. Once again the words are written in Greek so I don’t understand them.
below: White tigers on a wall. Mama and her two little ones along with some paste-up faces.
below: Death sneaks up from behind. Colourful.
below: Oh no! Another picture with a motorbike!
below: A skeleton between the windows.
below: A fence to keep the cows in, even if it’s a wind up cow. You probably can’t see it, but someone has written “go vegan” by the cow’s tail. The signature seems to be shogun1.de
below: This octopus seems quite happy with his ride!
below: #ironik in English,
below: oink, oink, grunt, grunt. A wonderfully real looking pig albeit a purple one.
below: Be yourself even if you’re blue.
below: Skull and head.
below: Not even skin and bones, just bones but bones with wonderful detail.
below: His sunglasses match his tongue.
below: Skane, sorc and zombie with a tongue
below: Little blue man and a signature that I’m not sure about.
below: Two faces in white and orange.
To find out where we’ve taken picture of street art, check our “Locations” page!
The following photos were taken in a walled park (or community garden) in Madrid in March 2018.
below: Face and fishes by Lazaro Totem
below: El Indio
below: Por Favor is a street artist whose work can be seen around Madrid.
below: The front of a large ROA animal
below: And the back part of the animal, and the left part of the mural
below: Another El Indio. He’s wanted for something!
below: A long drawn mural with lots of detail.
below: A close up of part of the mural above
below: The Madrid coat of arms is the blue shield shape with a bear and a tree in the middle, similar to what is painted here. The man chopping down the tree is definitely not on the coat of arms!
below: Vegan bunnies
Are You Dead? refers to a large number of graffiti pieces around Valencia Spain with those words on it. Some are shown here (photos from March 2018) along with other street art that was in close proximity.
below: Are you dead on the door, with DEIH in blue.
below: Are you dead on the left and a piece titled Anemia by escif.
below: As well as “are you dead?”, “It’s never too late” and some skulls, all watched over by a purple bull.
More of his work can be seen on his instagram page.
More Denver street art from this past summer.
below: A blue astronaut