Since 2014 this artist run culture project has brought some of the world’s best street artists to paint and create the old ceramic factory area, Iföverken, in Bromölla. This center is located about a 45 minutes drive from where I live. So, I decided to ask some friends to join in for a guided tour.
Please come along you too! The tour will take some posts further on…so stay tuned.
In the opener you see the main outdoor painting, Abstrakt Komikz Palais by D. Brains (2017) from Ronneby, Sweden.
Living Room by Teresa Holmberg. There is sound and light in the ”sofas” and the glass in the pillars are made from discarded Tiffany lamps.
Finishing off the outside of this 42000 square meters’ art factory – with nature’s own art.
Hope you enjoyed the tour – it is to be continued!
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Quite an amazing place! Must be so enjoyable to wander there.
It really was! Thank you for walking with me this time, Steve.
Such wonderful project. Each image is special, my favourite is the mandala of cermaic pieces.
Glad you liked them, Rupali!
love the last photo! nature’s art! 🙂
Marvelous talent, and a wonderful way to beautify the city scapes!
Isn’t it? I have come to love this art more the last 10-20 years.
Fantastic 😀 an amazing tour thanks A-C
Thank you for coming along, Brian!
Oh, this place looks fantastic! I have seen some of ROAs stuff in London, butted all the others are unknown to me…looking forward to the next episode!
Thank you, Sue!
See you at 7 my time, 8 yours!
All amazing, Ann-Christine. The Buddha one has a great 3D effect.
Glad you liked them, Tracy – and that car just would not go away…maybe it was his car?
It made complete sense for the car to be in the photo. 🙂 I often think that street art photos are not just about the art but also about the way we live.
You may have a point there, Tracy. They do fit in – cars and other vehicles. And people!
Just the outside is wonderful, so I can’t wait to see more. I especially like the art in the very first photo but I think nature’s art stand right up to all of them. 🙂 How are you doing, A-C?
Thank you – yes, I am OK.
These are wonderful. I believe street art is amongst the best art being produced in the world today, and am so happy you’ve shared these works.
I love it too, Su – more to come!
Oh wow! That was an amazing tour Ann-Christine!
And I did not even know of its existence some months ago!
Then it is even better!
Oooh, I’m glad this is the first of a series. Keep ‘em coming!
♥ There will be more to come!
What a cool place! I liked the T. rex painting.
Thank you – yes, cool. And funny I had never been there before! But that is the way we humans work…what’s closest, we know nothing about…
Fascinating! I am a big fan of street art and this is something very special. Thanks for sharing it
Thank you, Anne – I am too. And there will be more.
It is exquisite! Looking forward to Part 2.
Glad you enjoyed the tour! There will be more next week.