Welcome to the first edition of “Moments Captured Abroad!” Each week will consist of a different theme I find throughout the places I discover in and other various European cities. This week I wandered around Firenze and continuously came upon art on buildings. Some call it vandalized walls, some call it graffiti, but I prefer the term street art. Done tastefully, it can serve as a visually appealing surprise when turning a corner, just simply a joke, or it could even be the metaphorical message you needed to see that day. Regardless of opinions, the art can be impressive. Here’s what caught my eye around the city of Firenze this past week:
This piece stood out the most to me. Not only is a political movement, but also a humanitarian movement and a call for change. We all need to unplug to reconnect with the true meaning of living out each day – not being glued to technology.
Which “piece of art” speaks to you the most? Comment below! Check back next week to see where I’m off to and what I capture out in the wondrous European world!