“Mogador” known now as “Essaouira”, is a western coastal city in Morocco. The relatively new name “Essaouira” came from the Arabic word “ Sur or Suur” which means “ Rampart”, reason why I choose this particular city to start this series of “Moroccan Art Street”. It is also very important to mention that “ Essaouira” is a UNISCO World Heritage listed city, as an example of late 18th century fortified town.
I will definitely blog about my latest trip and all the valuable information I leant, where I stayed, ate and some other tips.
Back to our unframed art, that some do consider vandalism, since most of these Graffiti’s or Guerilla’s Art are not commissioned but somewhat a free way to express beauty, love, hatered, belonging, and many other social relevant themes.
Let me share with you now some of Essaouira’s best StreetArt …
"Hayate" life in arabic also a girl'd name ... maybe somebody is in love...Photo Credit to: Abderrahman Amazzal
For those who never visited Morocco, you should know that morocco is a Cat world. Photo Credit to: Abderrahman Amazzal
Smilling humps :) Photo Credit to: Abderrahman Amazzal
Graffiti ...Photo Credit to: Pinterest
Simply Essaouira, blue, rebel and deep.Photo Credit to: Pinterest
The late musician mohamed Guinia .. the details of this mural is stunning.Photo Credit to: Pinterest
Best for last, my favorite by far, a unique vision of immigration, the struggle between two continent, south and north by the talented artist Giacomo Bufarini (aka RUN). Photo Credit to: Pinterest