Dalaiama is a stencil-based street artist from Cascais. Around Meco there are numerous examples of his work.
The aldeia do Meco is filled with some really old street art. These images are from the first wall I ever saw in Meco. On the whole the work has remained untouched, but there is a new section of wall, and I’m sure that at least one piece has been lost under the new render.Continue reading “Vintage Street Art in the aldeia do Meco, 26 August 2021”
Over 20 years go someone decided to build a luxury home on the hill overlooking the road from Alfarim into Meco. Sadly, they chose to do this without the necessary permits and the council halted the work. The house, little more than a frame but a good indication of the home it could have been,Continue reading “The house on the hill, 24 August 2021”
On the road into Meco are two stone walls. Over the years they have been visited by generations of street artists. https://keithdevereux.blogspot.com/2021/08/vintage-street-art-in-aldeia-do-meco-24_66.html
On the road into Meco are two stone walls. Over the years they have been visited by generations of street artists. The closest wall contains the newer art of the two. https://keithdevereux.blogspot.com/2021/08/vintage-street-art-in-aldeia-do-meco-24_43.html
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 ontoContinue reading “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 of this might justifiably be described as ‘vintage’, and contains early versions of the ‘classic graffiti writing so popular in theContinue reading “Vintage Street Art in the aldeia do Meco, 24 August 2021”
I have long been a fan of this often transient artform, but the aldeia do Meco is filled with some magnificent street art. This beautifully preserved collection, even featuring a piece by the Cascais-based artist Dalaiama, was built in a small structure that might have been planned as an office for a nearby development butContinue reading “Street Art in the aldeia do Meco, 24 August 2021”
Tucked away up a little alley in the seaside town of Sesimbra is this little gem. https://keithdevereux.blogspot.com/2021/08/graffiti-and-street-art-16-august-2021.html
Urban photography, An intermittent series of water towers from towns and cities in Portugal. Here is the water tower from Oiã.
Some unusual street art in Oliveira do Bairro. Holes were punched into the sandstone walls of this abandoned building.
This old mural was demonstrating against tuition fees for Portuguese universities.
This is one of my favourite houses in Aveiro, just a stone’s throw away from the railway station. At first glimpse you’ll miss it, but check out the right hand ‘window’ and someone has drawn a pig on the wall. You used to be able to see the whole image, I have a photo ofContinue reading “Urban Grafitti”