Portraits on the walls

Street art makes a huge impact in cities, and smaller locations, around the globe.  Sometimes purely artistic, sometimes there to pass on a serious message; sometimes black and white, sometimes multi-coloured; sometimes subtle, sometimes in your face.

Here is a selection of monochrome murals:

Coney Island, New York, February 2017

And here are some coloured murals converted to black and white:


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 7 March 2019

Posted as part of Cee’s B&W: Mural

17 thoughts on “Portraits on the walls

  1. Fabulous collection Debbie. Love the Coney Island one, so well done, and the old couple and Anne Frank.
    Thanks for contributing.

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    1. Yes, much of Coney Island was closed for winter when I visited – would love to see it summer and enjoy its murals, rides and food! And the Anne Frank one is a great portrait of her – sits outside the Anne Frank Centre on Rosenthaler Strasse

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    1. I love that one too. It’s in the garden of a pub that has hosted much live music, from many popular musicians. Sadly, it also has a tragic history as a police helicopter crashed into the roof the pub about 5 years ago killing and injuring many. So I have mixed feelings every time I pass it.

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