Created by Polish artist Simpson.
A combined effort by Twożywo and German artist Klaus Klinger, created in 2010. Człowieczy Los (Man's Fate) is a play on words in Polish as 'człowiek' means man and the highlighted text 'owiec' (owca) is sheep, highlighting people's role as 'sheeple' walk
Created by DALeast in 2014.
Local Varsovian artist NeSpoon's beautiful lace patterns are a signature of her style. Although this mural is a 'main' piece of work, keep your eyes peeled for NeSpoon's stencilled lace patterns all around the city - on walls, electricity boxes, anywhere
Created in 2015 during the Street Art Doping Festival, by Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic. The mural depicts the world through children's eyes, and in this specific piece, one of a playground. In front of the mural there was once a small playground,
Created by artist DOME in 2013, depicting quite a surreal scene!
Captain America (no, not that one) mural created by Simpson in 2012.
Created by Krzysztof Bagiński in 2010, the mural reads 'Chopin in Warsaw'.
Opór (Resistance) was created in 2017 by Spanish artist Escif. It may not be immediately apparent what this mural symbolises, but in the artist's own explanation, it's a sign to heat up resistance to gentrification. Where a radiator will fight the winter
Created in 2012 by Polish artist Swanski with the help of Good Looking Studio. This is one of the biggest murals in Poland at almost 2000m2, funded by a Dulux campaign to brighten up dull spots in urban areas (it's a car park, it couldn't have been anym