Here is another abstract artwork I came across the other day in the old textile factory of Can Ricart in the Poblenou area.
Light fixtures are an important part of architectural design. Their shape and type of illumination help set the mood of a place. The one in the picture reflects exactly the atmosphere of this modern building I visited last week.
In Barcelona, the Llull street goes from the Ciutadella all the way to the “border” with Badalona. The Bac de Roda crossing is the dividing line between the old and the modern part of that busy street. Guess in which area I took this picture?
Cave paintings of the Palaeolithic period fascinate me, and I believe that graffiti are the modern version of that artistic expression. The one here reflects this connection between past and present, don’t you think?
The other day I came across something really strange: I saw the moon walking down Llull street, in the Poblenou neighborhood. It was not a figment of my imagination, here is a picture of it.
This is not a beach. That blue area is not the sea either. It is not the sun that is rising or setting in the horizon. You will find this abstract landscape in Can Ricart, an old textile factory of the Sant Martí district which is being totally refurbished.