A street artist can interpret the surprise on the faces of the audience looking at his art. This mirror effect is presented here for the three urban ladies.
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A favorite of locals and tourists, the longstanding Istanbul sweetshop, known for introducing profiteroles to Turkey, did not survive to celebrate another new year after local court decided to transfer the building that houses it to another firm for renovational purposes.
Source: National Turk
İnci Patisserie has been known for its profiterole since it was founded in 1944 by Lucas Zigoridis. It is been said that Mr. Zigoridis invented profiterole while trying to find a different taste to compete with other patisseries. No matter who invented profiterole, İnci is the best spot to enjoy profiterole.
It is not a fancy place, the interior design still belongs to the 50′s. There are few tables and a stand inside but most people enjoy profiterole on foot. But hurry up, this legendary patisserie could soon be forced to close as the building that houses İnci has been leased to a construction company which wants to turn the historic building into a shopping mall.
via Spotted by locals
Walking around the city you keep an eye on discovering new street art. Here is a mini set of my recent photographs.
Actually the sleepy pigs of ROA are not new. Quoting from Street Art Belgium, they are at least dated September 2011:
These four cute pigs have made Brussels’ little Lollepotstraat their resting place. Several years now have they been napping there; do they still look as peaceful today?
By animal-graffer-par-excellence ROA, of course.
Rushing in the center of Brussels, I just saw the following stencil.
Finally there are some pastes in my neighborhood one inside the parking of Brico and some others on the side of Institut Saint-Jean-Baptiste de la Salle.
Have a nice week!