Categories Gallery Doors in Barcelona Post author By Matt Post date February 3, 2017 10 Comments on Doors in Barcelona As I walked around Barcelona after everything was closed, I was really taken with the graffiti on the roll-down doors. Here’s a gallery of a few snaps. 1 Comment 1 Comment Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← Thirty-Three → Henry Crown Fellowship 10 replies on “Doors in Barcelona” Hope you enjoyed Barcelona! We have a strong WordPress community here 🙂 http://meetu.ps/c/1xlC6/6Z5w4/a Thanks for sharing this amazing collection, Matt! I wish we had more creative street art like this here in the USA. Is this just one area of the city, or spread around randomly? I think mostly around the neighborhood I was staying. those are very cool =] I’m commenting on ” yellow arrows:” This evening took an unexpected turn. I were about to pick up furnitures for my business. There was an incident with “two yellow arrows” which would end the same way.(here at my home) I choosed the long and hard way around to the same destination. I like to think; choosing which arrow to navigate or how far I can walk before letting doubts about the road is about trust. Quick question, Matt. Back in 2007 you wrote a post about adding ?random to the end of your WordPress.com URL. Is this 100% random, or is it affected by post popularity? (Apologies for the random question… ba dum tss!) It’s totally random. Thanks! 🙂 Some of them are real nice, wish we had some here! Looks like lots of great talent. Reminds me of NYC – my hometown. Comments are closed.