Monday, 20 May 2013

Some more colourful street art from Sofia, Bulgaria

Some of you may remember that 2 years ago I have reported here from a very cheerful street-art-project in my home town Sofia. The boring grey electricity boxes in street Shishman were painted by artists. This timeat home I have realised that other streets were "decorated" too. So today I am presenting you with my selection of the original boxes in street Rakovska. As the National Opera is locate din this street as a lot of theaters you may see (or not) some links to some of the art work:-))
Street art Sofia Bulgaria
...and believe it or not...I have found elephants in the center of Sofia too...
Street art Sofia Bulgaria
Street art Sofia Bulgaria

14 comments:

Lies said...

Als dat niet mooi, Jana !
Lie(f)s.

EriKa Napoletano said...

Very nice works, Jana
Kisses

Kovács Miklós said...

Hahaha :) What a great idea! These things are more happy with these colour pictures. My favourite are 1/4. Thanks for sharing.
Greetings

Joop Zand said...

Good and colorful street shots Jana.

Greetings, Joop

Saucy Kodz said...

And so to take an otherwise not so attractive box, quite ugly probably, and dress it up with a cute painting with lots of vivid colour makes everything cheery and bright. Nice transformation. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day.

Barb said...

Would sure rather look at this street art than the utilitarian boxes!

papillon said...

Hallo Jana,

ein wundervolle Art die grauen Seiten einer Stadt zu verschönern.
LG J+C

betchai said...

those are very lovely art work and very engaging street photos

This is Belgium said...

the eternal discussion , street art or not?

Linda said...

Hi Jana, these are really fantastic!

AVCr8teur said...

Some of our utility boxes also have artwork, but the ones in Sofia are much more fun. I bet it is exciting to encounter a new box.

Dietmut said...

ik hou van street art, leuke foto's Jana

Jeanne said...

Such fun to have this street art, it adds so much color and interest!

Koryn said...

My favorite is the 3rd photo!

If, someday, you decide to go to Seoul, you'll find yourself charmed with their street art too :) Just like the ones you posted! Very cute and witty and just livens up dull corners.