Reykjavik — Part of the difference is due to the difference in alphabet — there are characters used in the Icelandic language that slip off the Americanized tongue at first, but quickly become familiar the more you use them. Đ or đ, for example, is a very similar sound to the American ‘th.’ Therefore, an excellent viking rapper catchphrase would be ‘Đug Lyfe.’ There are numerous accented words, which, like ...
Buenos aires — In Buenos Aires, street art is both prevalent and unique as compared to other places in the world. This first picture shows a pair of eyes above a wall of graffiti. The work was done with pastels and ...
London — Here is the ‘twin’ for the doorstep at number 24, although a quick glance will immediately tell you these are not twins of the identical variety! Unlike number 24, this design has more random element...
What's holding you back?
Viewing the whole process of eL Seed's artwork from start to finish was incredible.
Paradigm shift (although hopefully not!)
The blue hour.
He had to be a genius or nothing
In the bylane of central Delhi, at Connaught Place, where the British Architecture still lives, were gifted these murals by our very own indigenous artists, last year.
7 Bedford Place (Delightful Doorsteps #6)
22 Tavistock Place (Delightful Doorsteps #5)
67 Guilford Street (Delightful Doorsteps #4)
24 Tavistock Place (Delightful Doorsteps #2)
Celtic Hotel, Guilford Street (Delightful Doorsteps #3)
I must start a delightful doorsteps database...
Meeting an old friend
taking life's little rope tricks on one's own stride as living becomes a rat race
A topsy-turvy world
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #11 - The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde)
Is it enough? Is it good? Is it okay?
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #9 - Hercule Poirot and the Greenshore Folly (Agatha Christie)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #8 - Mrs Dalloway (Virginia Woolf)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #7 - Sherlock Holmes stories (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #6b - The Golden Sparrow (on The Day of the Triffids bench)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #6 - The Day of the Triffids (John Wyndham)
Why there is no such thing as too much sketching
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #5 - James Bond stories (Ian Fleming)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #4 - Peter Pan (1) (J.M. Barrie)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #3 - Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #10 - Nineteen Eighty-Four (George Orwell)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #2 - Jeeves and Wooster (P.G. Wodehouse)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #1 - The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (C.S. Lewis)
Day 67 #100HappyDays: Splat
Beware the giant fish!
Demolition, Jurrasic Style
Le street artiste Jef Aérosol s'expose dans la galerie Martine Ehmer
Parental Guidance for Under 16s
Typographic street art
Publishing for the People.
What would Sir John Betjeman say?