Gasp! These lacy, spray-painted murals are the gorgeous work of Warsaw based artist NeSpoon. From Sicily to Spain, France to Croatia she is bringing the traditional lace of each area out of the linen closet and onto the walls of the town! I’ll let NeSpoon explain:

“Why laces? Because in laces there is an aesthetic code, which is deeply embedded in every culture. In every lace we find symmetry, some kind of order and harmony, isn’t that what we all seek for instinctively? Why street art? Because it gives freedom.”

Harmony and freedom… yes please!

comments (5)

  1. Bradford /// 10.02.2020 /// 12:19pm

    This. All over. Everywhere. Just beautiful in optics and message.

  2. the jealous curator /// 10.02.2020 /// 5:17pm

    hahaha! YESSSSSSSS!

  3. Tricia /// 10.04.2020 /// 2:31pm

    I absolutely love this work! It’s stunningly beautiful as well as thought and memory provoking!

  4. Ana /// 10.05.2020 /// 2:26am

    Reminds me of ‘milje’ (pronounced similarly to ‘milieu’, from which it probably developed, but don’t quote me on that; Google image search gives good results) that hanged on many a TV (especially your grandma’s 😀 ) in ex-Yugoslav countries.

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