Inspirational Street Art on Public Steps

Art somehow becomes more relevant when you find it randomly on the streets. Or in this case, on various public steps. Any place can become much more inspirational if someone adds a few pops of color in key places. Today simple stroll around town can reveal unexpected works of art that inspire visitors and which give a sense of identity and community to those who live there.

Istanbul, Turkey

Some of our favorite pieces of street art are the ones that are not readily visible to everyone. Those which need an extra minute to spot are probably the best. This is the case with most decorated stairs, and that’s why we dedicated an entire post to them. Of course, other times it’s just the sheer originality that made us smile, even if there was no one shape to make out from a right angle. If it’s lively, quirky and inspirational, it’s here, in this beautiful gallery. Enjoy!

16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco

16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco

Angers, France

Angers, France

Morlaix, France

Morlaix, France

Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut, Lebanon

Wuppertal, Germany

Wuppertal, Germany

Heidelberg, Germany

Heidelberg, Germany

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey

Ottawa, Canada Steps

Ottawa, Canada

Ottawa, Canada

Ottawa, Canada

Rio de Janeiro, Brasil Painting Steps

Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Rio de Janeiro, Brasil Steps

Rio de Janeiro, Brasil – Escadaria Selarón

Sicily, Italy

Sicily, Italy

Seoul, South Korea

Seoul, South Korea

Seoul, South Korea Steps

Seoul, South Korea – Stairs To The Musical Theater

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Stairs of Peace in Syria

Stairs of Peace in Syria

Valparaíso, Chile Painting Steps

Valparaíso, Chile

Valparaíso, Chile Stairs

Valparaíso, Chile

Valparaíso, Chile Piano Stairs

Valparaíso, Chile

 

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