That’s one of the principals of Gyva Grafika Studio in front of a work called “Domino.” He’s not actually stepping on concrete tablets. It’s a mural created by the design team that re-faces abandoned or deteriorating buildings in Lithuania and other parts of Europe.
The team of artists Žygimantas Amelynas and Tadas Šimkus, along with architect Karolina Šimkienė, work from Kaunus, Lithuania, reinvigorating buildings with their hallmark street art. Below, an abandoned building was camouflaged by a bicyclist with a rose to reflect a popular flower marker nearby.
Here’s how they treated the facade of a private school in old town Oslo, Norway. “An old heritage building but with a glimpse of modern look on the side,” they say. (Click on images for more info on each project)
Gyva Grafika Studio, on Behance here.