Tag Archives: Graffiti

Aesthetic Transitions!

  Expanding the notion of ‘beautiful’ in Venice! Previous posts on the same theme: Conspicuous Contrasts Oddly Juxtaposed Paris Le Ancien et le Moderne

November 08

The Bohemian Barrio Of San Telmo

The barrio of San Telmo, named after the patron saint of seafarers San Pedro González Telmo, is where Buenos Aires began. Where the Spaniard Pedro de Mendoza founded the first settlement in the 16th century, that grew into one of the most important cities in South America. When its wealthy residents fled North and East after an […]

Weekly Photo Challenge: Distorted

La Boca in Buenos Aires is a colourful barrio full of brightly painted houses and interesting graffiti. The distorted caricatures of street performers in this graffiti seemed perfect for this challenge! Check out my second entry here and all the other wonderful entries here! Have a great weekend! Related articles: