• Anmural from the Brussels Comic Book route
    Belgium,  Europe Travel,  Guest Posts,  Street art

    The Brussels Comic Book Route: The Complete Guide

    This is a guest post by the talented Kirstie Will Travel, a languages student and fellow travel blogger. The Brussels Comic Book Route is one of the most exciting things to do when in Brussels. The city is renowned for its comic history and the great artists that have created characters such as Tintin, The Smurfs, and Asterix. This route is a great chance to discover more about this comic history whilst exploring the city, and murals are a lot of fun as well. This Brussels Comic Book Route guide has absolutely everything you need- an interactive map with all the points, a list of every mural in the order…

  • Europe Travel,  Street art,  Uk

    A DIY Tour of Street Art in Digbeth, Birmingham

    I recently enlisted the help of my lovely sister as an adventure buddy and photographer for the day and headed to the city to scope out some street art in Digbeth, Birmingham. We live just outside the city and love doing things in Digbeth so this was a fun day out for us. Digbeth is a fanstastically odd mix between abandoned warehouses and industrial spaces and a vibrant creative quarter. It’s the sort of place you go for alternative shops and etertainment, to enjoy street food and have drinks in the evening. Getting There Birmingham’s central location in the West Midlands makes it a great option for a day trip…

  • A guide to street art and murals in Reykjavik
    Europe Travel,  Iceland,  Street art

    A Guide to Street Art & Murals in Reykjavik

    Reykjavik is a lovely city with a cosy, small town vibe, colourful houses galore and stunning sea front views. Reykjavik also has a booming street art scene. Being quite a walkable city, you’ll see plenty of murals and smaller illustrations and tags walking around during your time here. I love searching for street art d in a place like Iceland, that’s not exactly cheap, it makes a great budget activity to save those pennies! I’ve put together 15 of my favourite murals and a few smaller pieces I found on my explorations. Try and spot them all when you visit; and don’t be afraid to look down alleyways and corners;…

  • Art,  Travel

    The Weird, the Wacky & the Wonderful – Sculpture Hunting in Prague

    Just by walking around aimlessly or searching for groceries in the beautiful city of Prague, you are likely to come across several interesting pieces of art. This is not an exhaustive list, but I thought I’d share some of the sculptural gems I came across on my recent trip. Idiom Unlike the majority of sculpture you’ll find around Prague, this one can be found indoors in the Municipal Library. This long term exhibition by Slovakian artist Matej Kren is a towering, dream-like sculpture made up of hundreds of stacked books. Have a peek through the teardrop shaped opening at the front of the sculpture and you’ll find that it opens…