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10 thoughts on “Reykjavík Photos: Street Art in Reykjavík”

  1. Kat says:

    The amazing street art is definitely one of the reasons I fell in love with Reykjavík. Thanks for this post. 🙂

  2. Professor Batty says:

    Great post, it looks as if the street artists have really been busy since I was last there!

  3. mm I heart Reykjavík says:

    This is only a small portion of what we found – one of these days when I’ve kicked this cold I have I’ll go out and find some more. It’s really fascinating. The princess’s step dad is responsible for at least two of these pieces.

  4. Anna says:

    I really like the street art. Are your photos from a particular street or area in Reykjavik? (I’m planning on visiting soon and would love to check these out.) Thanks!

    1. mm Auður says:

      Actually, most of these are gone now but thankfully there’s some more pieces that have replaced them. They are basically all over Reykjavík, no particular street.

      I do cover some street art (along with a bunch of other stuff) on my walking tour so maybe you might want to check that out.

  5. NICOLE says:

    dans Reyjavik , ou se trouvent ces fresques ? comment se nomment les rues? merci.

    1. mm Auður says:

      I’m sorry, I don’t speak French. Maybe you can post your question again in English so I and others understand?

  6. Remy Uno says:

    Hi, would you say it’s hard to find a spot to paint in Reykjavik ? Or is there a particular place where I could find advises?

    1. mm Auður says:

      You know what – I just don’t know. I think a lot of people are open to giving you walls to paint if they like your body of work but where to find those people I’m not entirely sure.

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