Street Art is the answer.
What is Street Art?
Wikipedia – “Street art is unofficial and independent visual art created in public locations for public visibility. Street art is associated with the terms “independent art”, “post-graffiti”, “neo-graffiti”, and guerrilla art, but is not public art. Common forms and media for street art include spray paint graffiti, stencil graffiti, wheatpasted poster art, sticker art, street installations, and sculpture. Video projection and yarn bombing have also gained some popularity near the turn of the 21st century. When street art is applied to walls or barriers, it can generally also be called a ‘mural’
Yes, I have visited small towns and rural area that are devoid of Street Art but larger ones are a treasure trove for the flâneur.
These images are from Dunedin NZ taken just before we had to return to Sydney post haste, before C 19 took hold. I plan to show case other places in the future.
Dunedin is a great place to spend sometime in a relaxed and friendly place with plenty of things to see and do. If you’re interested click to view some other images. The local Tourist Information Centre even provides map where to find the street art.
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