This final post from our vacation in Serbia is devoted to Belgrade street art. As I am back in New York and walking back from the Union Square Green Market this Saturday morning I do notice that there is still some graffiti to be found in Manhattan, albeit little of it, and mostly confined to building walls surrounding parking lots. It is not nearly as inventive and crazy as what one finds all over Belgrade these days.
From top to bottom: : "Heroj Ulice" (Hero of the Street) at the corner of Takovska and 27 Marta, "Man playing music" on Ulica Majke Jevrosime, "Black and white mural" in Savamala, "Tentacled aliens and colorful jars on shelves" in Savamala, "Green man carrying his large head in a wheelchair", "City giant with building-sized teeth devouring trees", "Gay is OK!" in building courtyard, "Couple cavorting in space" near Trg Republike.