The streets and backyards of Tallinn
The largest stencil mural in the Baltics, by Indrek Haas with E. Tedresaar, M. Urb, P. Kuldkepp, T. Kask, TUUL
Café front by Kairo & Mina ja Lydia
One more stencil by Mina ja Lydia in the Telliskivi area
And also this one by Mina ja Lydia in Telliskivi, a great area to discover streetart
Mural by Hopare on the Lendav Taldrik restaurant
More Telliskivi impressions:
Mural by Pintsel
Another one by Pintsel
On the pedestrian walkway
Save the flying squirrels!
Other places in Tallinn:
The Estonian government as in spring 2015
The foreign minister has changed, so the mural needs some updating - it actually got a paper bag over the resigned minister's head.
Is it art now?
Here was a stencil by Edward von Lõngus about the Emperor's new clothes, but it was buffed.
Now this is a timely question.
A Harajuku girl by Mina ja Lydia in Kalamaja
Stencil by Mina ja Lydia at Kalarand
Robo-Kalevipoeg, a renewed Estonian mythical figure
Life is beautiful!
And this silly one to round it off