More street art from the city of Leiria, Portugal

A while back I published about one of the things I’m most proud of in my city – street art. In the past few years, ugly and white walls have been filled with amazing arr by fantastic artists from around the world. The kind of stuff that will literally make you stop on your walk to work or school to admire, even if you’re in a terrible rush.

This weekend I went on another walk in the city and took the chance to take more photos of the street art I encountered… oh, and it’s good. At least, I think it is 🙂 hope you enjoy it!

This one was made on the back of the Theatre. I really like this one. The contrast between Ancient Greece and the contemporary graffiti on the background.
What about this one, isn’t it adorable, and yet so dad? The weird kid at school with his little pet mouse. Being bullied at school. By Betz ETAM.
The artist used multiple materials to build the nest of the stork. This is by BORDALO II
Check out his Instagram, I really like his work.
The portrait of the fireman was painted at the back of a building part of the Municipal Firemen of Leiria. It is incredibly realistic portrait, a great homage to the fireman that every year put their lives at risk fighting the fires that keep destroying our forest every summer. By artist Robot

Hope you enjoyed these pieces of Art I brought to this post today. Enjoy the rest of your weekends!

Love, Nic


7 thoughts on “More street art from the city of Leiria, Portugal

  1. These are so beautiful! In the last couple of years I have come to appreciate street art and that’s why I am so happy to see that other people are becoming more open-minded to urban and street art and appreciating where this art form has come from. Thanks for sharing and have a good day. Aiva 🙂 xxx

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    1. Street art has definitely helped changing mindsets, and I think it is great that the cities are offering artists the space to create beautiful art pieces such as these 🙂 thanks for passing by, and have a rest of a good day!

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