The Real Meaning Of Tokyo’s Iconic Sakura Manhole Covers

Japan is known for producing some of the most incredible manhole covers in the world. Using artistic designs to celebrate a city’s culture, history, and industry, these street ornaments come to life with beautifully painted results. When it comes to Tokyo’s manhole covers, the most commonly spotted is the classic all-metal flower design. While not … More The Real Meaning Of Tokyo’s Iconic Sakura Manhole Covers

The Penang Street Murals of Ernest Zacharevic

One of Malaysia’s most recognisable and beloved public artworks is Ernest Zacharevic’s Little Children on a Bicycle, painted in 2012. It is a mixed-media public artwork with painted figures on the wall, and a real bicycle. The two kids, faces screaming in excitement (or perhaps fear!) is a popular sight on the streets of George … More The Penang Street Murals of Ernest Zacharevic

The Amazing Art of Japanese Manhole Covers

Japan has taken manhole cover art to a whole new level. In towns and cities all over the country, these discs of street metal have been transformed into beautiful masterpieces. What’s more, the designs of the manhole covers each tell the story of the location, often paying tribute to industries, foods, animals, icons and history. … More The Amazing Art of Japanese Manhole Covers

16 Paris Metro stations with absolutely incredible designs

The Paris Metro has some absolutely wonderful designs in its metro stations. Many pay homage to the history or the culture of the area. Arts et Metiers is a copper-plated, steampunk tunnel, evoking the museum of craft and invention. CitΓ© is illuminated by art deco street lamps. Concorde even has the French constitution spelled out … More 16 Paris Metro stations with absolutely incredible designs