In Prague, I keep discovering street art in small bits. Except for when I went to see the Lennon Wall, I usually don’t do any specialized street art hunts around here. It is more about what I stumble upon and what grabs my attention. I have now collected a bunch of catches, so it’s time for a second street art post from Prague!
Speaking about the Lennon Wall, these two are also from the Velkopřevorské square. You can see them on the building that you pass on your right on the way to the bridge that takes you to Kampa.
This sheep is guarding the pedestrian crossing between the Charles Bridge and the Karlova street, where masses of tourists pass daily.
The first of the following three snaps is taken just in front of the Congress Centre at Vyšehrad tube stop. For the last two I, unfortunately, don’t remember the locations. But I like them most from all the photos in this post.
This hanging hanger probably doesn’t qualify as proper street art, but I like it, it’s quirky to see something like this in the middle of a capital city.
And last, but not least, I have spotted this
street window art just today while waiting for a tram at the Štěpánská tram stop.
You can also check out my previous street art posts from various locations:
- Riga and Sopron
- Liverpool and Bristol
- Dublin, Cologne, Vienna
- Stoke on Trent
- Eindhoven and Maastricht
- Liverpool, Glasgow, Edinburgh
- Prague – the Lennon Wall
- Bologna and Ravenna