Vintage Street Art in the aldeia do Meco, 24 August 2021

The aldeia do Meco is filled with some really old street art. Along the boundary of the village is a wall that over the years has been used by a variety of artists.

Some is an early attempt at modern Street Art typography,  other work is best described as graffiti — slogans coarsely sprayed onto the wall. In some instances the sun has weathered the paint to near invisibility.

Tagged onto an EDP building is a nicely preserved piece by Dalaiama, and a nice example of a cover, where someone has painted over another piece — in this case the stencil of a politician.

For more examples from this wall, see the link here

Published by Keith Devereux

'Let me close my eyes and sense the beauty around me. And take that breath under the dark sky full of stars.' Mira Furlan

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