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Colourful South America – creative street art

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Colourful South America

Sao Paulo, MedellÍn, Santiago de Chile… to name just a few of South America’s vibrant cities, full of motley houses, brightly coloured buildings and creative street art that include all the colours of the rainbow.

 

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Pink lips on Sao Paulo’s high end shopping boulevard!

 

 

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Street Art 2014 could be straight from a children’s book!

 

 

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Bella Vista: the rainbow coloured party district of Santiago de Chile! This is also where most gay clubs are located.

 

 

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Painted glass windows cause an amazing play of light.

 

 

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Pop Art trifft Street Art. Ein Werbebild verhüllt fast ein gesamtes Gebäude in Sao Paulo.

 

 

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A modern, revolutionary version of Bonnie & Clyde seen in Santiago.

 

 

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You can even recognize Frida Kahlo with a green face! Behind that face, one of the best bars in Medellín.

 

 

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In Medellín the party and night life area is called the “pink light district.

 

 

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Big Brother is watching you, even at Bella Vista in Santiago!

 

 

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Mosaic patterns to walk on in Santiago.

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