This is our second and final gallery of street art from Valparaíso in Chile. It continues on from our first gallery , starting at Avenida Alemana further south and then going down the mountain towards the bay. I believe this second gallery more so showcases the vast variety of styles. Some pieces are playful, some reminiscent of impressionist style, some of trompe-l’œil, and some are just plain fun motifs. Enjoy!
StreetArt: his & her garage?
StreetArt: Valparaiso scene on garage door
StreetArt: girl blowing fantasy bubbles
StreetArt: use the bicycle
StreetArt: pirate sailboat in ice cave
StreetArt: long retaining wall in Valparaíso
StreetArt: long wall in Valparaíso, part 1
StreetArt: long wall in Valparaíso, part 2
StreetArt: long wall in Valparaíso, part 3
StreetArt: pulso taller [pulse workshop]
Street Art corner, unfortunately vandalised
Lovely café called “Happy People”
StreetArt: indigenous deity (part of a larger picture, unfortunately hidden behind parked vehicles)
StreetArt: left part of the large piece with the indigenous deity
colourful streetart on a shop sidewall
Street Art Valparaiso: mental liberation to infinity (full wall)
Street Art Valparaiso: mental liberation to infinity
StreetArt: three boys
Good street art is one of my passions, so please visit my previous street art galleries from Valparaiso , Santiago 1 , 2 , 3 , and from Uruguay .
We are always interested in your comments regarding these images!
Which piece of street art do you like the best, which style don’t you like at all?