Greetings!! It’s time for one more post about our trip to Spain at the end of the summer last year. This time I’m not going to write too much. I just want to share photos of the urban art that we saw in the Lagunillas neighborhood of Málaga. It’s near the Plaza de Merced and the Museum of the house where Picasso was born. Fascinating art. Take a look!
Updated to include a link to the blog post where I learned of this great urban art. Do check it out. I think you’ll enjoy it.
First, my photos:
I hope you enjoyed these!! It was fun seeking them out. Oh yea, if you go to view these artworks, be advised that the neighborhood is a bit run down. Just so you’re not surprised. But I highly recommend checking them out.
8 responses to “Urban art in Málaga, Spain”
Wow, you found a lot of great street art, Toby. Wonderful. When do you think you might be able to move to Spain? :-)
I forgot that I learned of this urban art from another blog post. I need to update this to include a link. I’m not sure we’re going to move to Spain any more. But thanks for asking.
Oh, I’m sorry to hear that you’re no longer sure about moving to Spain. I was looking forward to hearing all about the trials and tribulations of relocating there. Thanks for sharing this, Toby. :-)
It’s still on my mind but this trip we were supposed to think hard about whether we really wanted to do it. And since I’m the only one that speaks Spanish, I would have to deal with just about everything and that weighs heavy on my mind. And lots of other things too. We might still do it but not this year. It’s just too much right now.
I love street art and wish our city had more. On our trips to Mexico the past several years, me and my camera were quite active taking pictures of the murals we saw everywhere. On of these days, I’ll get to Spain and be able to see these – and other – works of art in person.
I’m guessing that you would really enjoy Spain :) One post that I hope to get to this year is of the urban art here in the twin cities. I have a list on my phone of ones I’d like to photograph and then create a post for it. Hopefully I will find the time this year.
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