It's a nice surprise that the last 2 streets I've lived (in Amsterdam) have had a Space Invader!
Recently in the Oosterpark this crochet piece was put up by POLI which is a tribute to all the bikes in Amsterdam.
Amongst La Ira and Go Rapture, the stencil/paste-up of the hipster girl with glasses is just great. Would love to know who did this.
Jip en Janneke on the streets of Amsterdam. LIKE!
The funniest thing happened when I stopped to take this photo along the Amstel – two Swedish girls came up to me to ask me for directions to cool second hand shops and nice cafes. I impressed them when I told them the 9 streets area of Amsterdam is like ‘Söder‘. More of the Swiss...
At Swede Nothings we’re a big fan of birds: Birds of Lidingo, Chillp and Bird on the Wire just to name a few. Earlier this month I spotted these artists (don’t know what name they go by) spraying birds amongst their tags. The Dutch would say Mooi. Update 31 July: Sjem Bakkus in the middle...
Street artist Karma is known for his/her sprays tagged with the recycled logo, along with lego brick roads, and political statements such as “I did it my Wei Wei”. The image above says “Better to live one year as a tiger then* a hundred as a sheep”. (*than) More Karma Street Art: http://karmastreetart.com/
On the way to the flea market (vlooiemarkt) in Amsterdam’s ij hallen, I found two sets of Delicious Brains in NDSM. First one is called Last Supper.