This post is a “throwback” to my time in Kathmandu, Nepal. I loved the city – its people, the mountains in the distance, the old buildings and small alleyways … But one of the things that I loved most was the graffiti, which turned up in the most unexpected places. (I know that sounds weird – with all the city has going for it, and I loved the graffiti.)
One day I was walking with a colleague along a dirt track behind the zoo when we came across a long wall covered in art. He kept going. I stopped to shoot it all. Interestingly enough, I noticed one piece by an artist called “Daas” and remembered seeing another of his creations on a building I passed most days to work. I found out that he had done three murals (plus a collaboration with another artist) in Kathmandu in 2013. I found all of his solo projects:
And here are the other photos I shot while wandering down the muddy track. (Click on them to open the slideshow.)
All the photos (except the giant panda) were shot with my phone.