One of the things I noticed while walking the cold streets of Reykjavik — besides the abundance of restaurants and bars for such a small city — was that there is some impressive graffiti in this Scandinavian country.
I’ve seen some interesting graffiti in numerous cities (I was shocked to see some in Shenzhen), but this was the first time I took the opportunity to photograph it. When I came across this little yard surrounded by walls covered with graffiti, I thought it was attached to an art gallery or some contemporary culture center. I still have no idea what was in the buildings here — I was hungry and searching for food at the time.
This graffiti was better than some of the art I saw at the art museums.
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Great paintings, cool pics!