Brianna and Marty with street art in Cartagena

Cartagena Street Art Part 2

Back in July, when I first shared some of the street art to be found in Cartagena, I promised that there would be more to come. Here it is! I still haven’t seen it all; the city is always adding more.

Above (L-r): The mural on the left is one of the few found in the old city. Marty stands in a painted doorway. The mural on the right, one of my favorites in Getsemani, is by UK artist Fin DAC.

Below (Clockwise from top left): Another favorite in Getsemani. The other three are all on the same wall in a space bridging Getsemani and the Old City. By this point we’d already done a lot of posing with art and were getting bored with just standing and looking cool.

Brianna and Marty with street art

Below: Three huge murals in Getsemani. 4 murals

Below: All of these are on the same street as the wall on top in the above set of photos. It’s a gorgeous street. Don’t let the scale of the other three images fool you; the bottom left photo is actually only about 4’x3′.

Marty and Brianna with street art

 

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Hey! I'm Brianna Hope, a born & bred midwesterner embarking on an adventure as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Colombia. I am clumsy, I spill a lot, and I share most of my interests with 6 year-olds.

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