Tag Archive: painting

Mural at Korkeasaari Zoo in Helsinki

I found this painting at Korkeasaari / Högholmen Zoo in Helsinki on Christmas Day. More pictures of murals can be found at Monday Murals.

Mural at Myyrmäki station

I took this picture last week at Myyrmäki station in Vanda, Finland. More pictures of murals can be found at Monday Murals.

Camden Lock

This picture of Camden Lock is taken in June 2019 when we visited London. Camden Market is one of our favourite places in London. .

Mural at Telliskivi in Tallinn

On a day trip to Tallinn from Helsinki in August 2018 I saw this mural at the entrance to Telliskivi in Tallinn. The place is filled with murals and well worth visiting. It lies… Continue reading

Elk paintings in a tunnel by Kamppi, Helsinki

Visiting Helsinki in Finland in August 2018 we went through a tunnel into the Kamppi. On the walls were paintings in the style of prehistoric cave paintings or the kind of rockcarving that… Continue reading

Pattern Mural by Multicolored Dreams at Myyrmäki

Visiting Helsinki in Finland in November 2016 I visited Myyrmäki railway station that is painted both on the inside and on the outside covering 600 square feet of wall space painted by the… Continue reading

Owl Mural by Multicolored Dreams at Myyrmäki

Visiting Helsinki in Finland in November 2016 I visited Myyrmäki railway station that is painted both on the inside and on the outside covering 600 square feet of wall space painted by the… Continue reading

Cat Mural by Multicolored Dreams at Myyrmäki

Visiting Helsinki in Finland in November 2016 I visited Myyrmäki railway station that is painted both on the inside and on the outside covering 600 square feet of wall space painted by the… Continue reading

Owl mural in Pasila / Böle, Helsinki

Visiting Pasila / Böle in Helsinki in Finland I took a picture of this big owl in August 2018. More pictures on Monday Murals.

Lace pattern in Pasila / Böle, Helsinki

Visiting Pasila / Böle in Helsinki in Finland I took a picture of this lace pattern painted on the concrete in August 2018. More pictures on Monday Murals.