The ship was docked alongside Skakenkaien so we walked through the pedestrian precinct to close by the Amnesty International office on the corner of Bakkegata and Breigata.
Over the hairdressers.
And along the walls.
And the door
Geopark by Ostervagkein
It was then a short walk to the Geopark (by Ostervagkein) which has all sorts of equipment on display from the oil industry all of which has been decorated by street artists. The art is now mainly tags but I had seen images of art that has subsequently been covered over.
Then we came to this rendition of a whale by #Roa.
And over the road this man.
On the walls of the derelict house were a series of murals
And here are the panels in more detail
Walking back we came across these painted windows in a side street
One window by itself and three making up a mural.
We were on our way to see the houses shown on the map but Stavanger had more to offer on the way!
Ella & Pitr
From my Instagram @toris4 updated me that this art was by DanWitz.
‘Johanna & Broreman’
Walking up Klubbgatta and then turning down Nygata there is a statue of a girl and boy.
Look to the top right and you can see a street art copy of the statue on the wall of a shop. There is a tall gate separating the two images by Ernest Zacharevic.
Together courtesy of Photoshop