Reykjavik Retrospective

We spent the first week of June camping in Iceland, travelling as far west as Borgarnes and as far east as Höfn.  There will be more of what we saw, and how we did it without breaking the bank, to come but before we entered the wilderness we visited the capital, Reykjavik, where there was plenty of opportunity to soak up some urban art.

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6 Responses to Reykjavik Retrospective

  1. Very cool. Love it. Gosh, at one time graffiti was a NO NO anywhere in the world. Now, it seems like good art is welcome in many locations like the ones you have highlighted here. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. findingnyc says:

    Some great examples of street art. I always love to see what public art there is in other places.

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