Photo Essay: Art in the streets of Ljubljana

17 Feb

While randomly walking around Ljubljana we discovered that this city hosts a lot of public street art and graffiti. Pretty much everywhere you walk to – you come across either a beautiful mural or an interesting installation or a unique sculpture. There are certain areas such the Metelkova district, former military barracks, that has now become a self-declared autonomous culture place to gather for alternative / underground artists. The entire area is full of huge murals, installations and bits mosaic work. We felt that Ljubljana has such an underlying creative energy or feel that you cant help but return inspired to create your masterpieces.

Sharing these beautiful pieces of art via a photo essay with you below –

My favorite graffiti in Ljublana

My favorite graffiti in Ljubljana – Books Books everywhere

Art around a skating shop

Even the walls around shops are decorative – this one is a skating shop

Art around a skating shop

The other half of the skating shops

Shoes hanging all around the city

Shoes hanging all around the city though no one knows why

Sculptures on buildings

Sculptures on buildings – I am assuming this is art deco

Smaller sculptures all around the city

Smaller sculptures that you see all around the city

Beautiful and full length graffiti

Beautiful and full length mural in Metelkova

Beautiful grafitti

Love the detailing in this mural in Metelkova

Colorful paintings

Colorful paintings in Metelkova

Interesting installations

Interesting installations in Metelkova

Interesting installations

A Political Installation in Metelkova

Mosaic work

Beautiful and inticrate mosaic work in Metelkova

Stunning aren’t they?

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6 Responses to “Photo Essay: Art in the streets of Ljubljana”

  1. Chaitali Patel February 18, 2016 at 11:27 #

    Looks like a beautiful town with very interesting art! Thanks for sharing this. The hanging shoes are really absurd – am sure there’s an interesting tale behind this.

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    • getsetandgo February 24, 2016 at 21:02 #

      Hey thanks for the kind words. We had checked with a couple of people on the hanging shoes but no one knew anything about it. In fact they all said that one day someone threw up his shoes and then everyone just followed…

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  2. Niranjan February 18, 2016 at 12:08 #

    Interesting art works.

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  3. D's Suitcase July 22, 2016 at 20:10 #

    Wow!!! If only soon…

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