Posts Tagged ‘budapest’

magyar radio

17Aug11

Hungarian Radio in Budapest has a figurative sculpture on its surface, rather than free-standing in front. Further, the figure is positioned so that he gives the impression of flight, complete with birds alongside him. Cheers to Budapest for an innovative application of an otherwise traditional sculptural form! Advertisements


cube circle

13Aug11

Here’s another public art project I found in Budapest. Colorful cubes evenly spaced make up this sphere, getting considerably warmer and larger as they approach the center. I like how the cubes continue on the bottom right of the building, too. Note the geometric structure on the left in the last photograph. Seeing a geometric […]


ornate details

18Jun11

I admired this stencil I found on a sidewalk in Budapest. I suppose the artist handmade the stencil so that it relates to the ornate designs that are incorporated in doorways and detailed areas of buildings throughout the city. Something about seeing a similar design on the ground, from one person’s recent handiwork, invokes a […]


shifting gears,

18Jun11

While I was abroad these last few weeks (hence, the reason I have not been keeping up with this blog), I kept my eyes out for art in public spaces, documenting what I could. Budapest seemed to have the most active community of street artists, though I also discovered quite a bit in London and […]