I’ve just returned from a trip to Slovenia, a beautiful country tucked between Italy and Croatia. It’s small but wonderfully varied; from alpine lakes to cultural cities to Mediterranean sea fronts – if you ever get the chance, go, it’s wonderfully peaceful and easy to get about.
Although I saw lots of great things, people and places the focus of this blog post is on some of the graffiti I saw. In some of the towns we visited it was everywhere – on doors, windows, walls and rocks. It was mostly bright and interesting, which is why I suppose I took so many photos of it, and didn’t appear to often be washed or painted over to get rid of it. I don’t pretend to know the meaning behind each piece of street art, so have collated here some of the art I encountered that was of visually interesting to me.