Artwork on Electric Box Outside Station

Yesterday when on my way to meet a friend, I stopped at an unknown to me subway station. The station is relatively new and is near university grounds. As I walked out of the station, the painted electric box caught my eye.

I have noticed that a number of electric boxes around the city have been painted and I have admired them. I decided to snap a few pictures of this one to share.

I love the vibrant colours the artist used as well as the patterns. The artwork really stood out to me and I was happy to see it. The artwork brings a bit of colour to the neighbourhood and changes something dull and grey into something of beauty.

To be honest I thought of Becky while snapping the pictures – I am sure she would have enjoyed seeing this as part of her perspectives challenge last month.

As I walked away from the electric box yesterday, I made a note to myself to snap pictures of any others I may come across.

Have you seen any unexpected artwork recently? Where was it?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2020

(This post is linked to the Six Word Saturday challenge)

34 thoughts on “Artwork on Electric Box Outside Station

  1. awww these are such fun! What a brilliant way to brighten up electricity boxes, and hide them in plain sight. As Jo says it is something they do in Portugal. I love this, and so touched you thought of me 🙂

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