Lodz - polish capital of street art

Lodz - polish capital of street art

2016-07-23 15:52:44 315 views 0 comments

Lodz (Łódź) is a city in central Poland. It used to be an industrial centrum with the big factories and industrial plants and there are remains of this in the architecture. It's one of the biggest city in Poland but it's not that crowded which makes your trip there more pleasent during the touristic season. I was there many years ago and I remembered it as a grey and sad city. I visited Lodz again last weekend and I was suprised how much it changed and how many colors they have on the streets. There are still buildings that need to be renovated but I actually like that contrast. Beautiful murals next to very old buildings looks interesting. I think Lodz has the best street arts of all the polish cities and if you want to see something different than castles, that's where you should go. Everything is possible thanks to the great work of the foundation Urban Forms . You will find on their website a map with all the murals and you can even take a guided tour around street arts. I photograped some of them for you, but there are still so many to discover. Enjoy and tell which is one is your favourite.

OS GEMEOS (Brazil) and ARYZ (Spain)

street art lodz (16)

SAT ONE (Germany) and ETAM CREW (Poland)

street art lodz (18)

ROA (Belgium)

street art lodz (8)

TONE (Poland)

street art lodz (6)

M-City (Poland)

street art lodz (7)

SEPE/CHAZME (Poland)

street art lodz (1)

ARYZ (Spain)

street art lodz (10)

GREGOR (Poland)

street art lodz (2)

KENOR (Spain)

street art lodz (17)

ETAM CREW (Poland)

street art lodz (12)

NUNCA (Brazil)

street art lodz (13)

DESIGN FUTURA

street art lodz (15)

MORIK (Russia)

street art lodz (19)

INTI (Chile)

street art lodz (4)

SAINER (Poland)

street art lodz (11)

MASSMIX (Poland)

street art lodz (5)

KENOR (Spain)

street art lodz (9)

REMED (France)

street art lodz (20)

DALEAST (China)

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Whenever I travel I am always very interested in the everyday life of locals. I find it weirdly appealing to watch people doing normal stuff in a totally different context! All of a sudden, you see people doing regular things in totally different ways: they sell different things in shops, wear different clothes, and even have alternative ways of taking out the trash! As much as I love seeing castles and museums, I could spend hours just observing people on the streets and wondering where they go after I’ve lost sight of them. If only I could follow them and see how they live, what kind of coffee they drink, whether or not they have pets, how their homes are decorated… Of course if I did just follow people down the street and invite myself into their homes, the only place I would end up would be under police arrest.