Sunday, 24 October 2010

Nuart, Nuart

Polly Line and dr Whatson made a stop in Stavanger on their way home from New York.
There were quite a few tall buildings there as well.

And some not that tall.

"How on earth did we end up here?"

Getting the bigger picture.

Credits: These buildings are part of this years Street art project in the Nuart festival in Stavanger and are power boxes in Pedersgate (Peder's street) painted by the German street artist Evol.


Marisa Stein said...

it's Doctorwho! I'd recognize those red tennis shoes anywhere!

great story too!
Marisa :)

Pubdoll said...

Thanks Marisa, and yes it is the doctor, I love the Dr Who series! :-)But in my "world" he goes under the name Dr Whatson, because he has a habbit of turning up whenever something's happening :-)
If you click on the Dr Whatson tag you will get all my posts with him :-)

callsmall said...

Hey Helene! I love your little journey here -- it reminds me of Slinkachu! How wonderful that there is a street art project for you and your little peeps to visit.

Glenda said...

Wow! Excellent pics and post!!
Hope there aren't any Bad Wolf moments ;)

Pubdoll said...

Thanks callsmall, yes all this was especially made for me - not! And I did also think of Slinkachu when I took the photos :-)He's so awesome, and did you know he has been in Stavanger as well? That's how I first heard of him, through Cocco.

Pubdoll said...

Thanks Glenda! I didn't read all the graffiti on the houses/boxes, so there's a (good?) chance I missed some Bad Wolf messages out there:-)

My Realitty said...

Very cool! C

Pubdoll said...

Thanks C :-)

Sans! said...

I am so late!! Been so bz trying to finish everything before I leave. Yes, me too, about slinkachu :).

Last night when I went running, I took pictures of some light installations. If I don't sleep maybe I can make 1 or 2 posts before I leave for Sri Lanka :)

Pubdoll said...

Hi Sans, better late than never :-)
But if I were you I would sleep instead of posting light installations:-)
So exciting with a trip to Sri Lanka! Best wishes for a safe and fun journey!

::: PetitPlat Food Art ::: said...

ooh this is such a cool art project! I really like those paintings, we all should have such paintings at home :D