Málaga Street Art

I took a trip to Málaga today with a couple of friends.  One drove, the other guided us and I took the photos.  The area known as Lagunillas is absolutely full of street art.  (The area known as Soho also abounds with street art, but of the commissioned kind.)  If interested, you can read about it here.  And if not, I hope you will enjoy the photos that follow…

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10 Responses to Málaga Street Art

  1. gracethepilgrim says:

    What a variety of artwork. You ladies must have had a fun day. Thanks for sharing Maggie.

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  2. Cecilia kennedy says:

    I love it, bizarrely we have just left Penang where the street art is also great.

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  3. Darlene MacDonald says:

    Absolutely beautiful. ..thank you for sharing.

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  4. Ina Sinclair (Pelerine) says:

    Very impressive! Where do they find so many surfaces?!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  5. Randa says:

    Wow very impressive, thank you for sharing …. are they all in the same area or did you have to wonder around many streets to find them? Where is the best starting point?

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    • magwood says:

      Hi Randa, I have edited my post to state that the area I visited is Lagunillas, which forms a triangle behind the Cervantes Theatre and Plaza Merced – we walked along many streets, alleys and plazas, and quite probably missed some of the art. The area of Soho is closer to the beach and has commissioned art on the buildings.

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  6. Jenny and Andy Corney ex. Calle Estacion says:

    what great talent! thanks

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  7. Alan says:

    Super stuff. Love it.

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  8. Marilyn van Graan says:

    What a fantastic thing to see – so much talent and hopefully not just on walls – will make this one more thing to see in Spain – lovely lovely XXXX

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