CZ Street Art

Volume 10, Issue 65; 09 Jul 2007; last modified 08 Oct 2010

These are mostly from Prague, but there are a few from Jihlava as well.

Any trip to a city is a chance to look for new examples of street art. Prague was no exception.

This time I was able to deduce that several of them are logos for one band or DJ or another.

Others have no apparent meaning.

Two themes stood out, one with a crab:

And another with “rockets”, for lack of a better word:

I have no idea what, if anything, they mean. I also don't understand a word of Czech so, uhm, no offense intended if there's something really rude buried in my collection.

Apologies for the occasional blurriness. My bad.


If you don't count shooting somebody's brain as offensive (but that doesn't depend on language) there is absolutely nothing which would offend me. BTW, have you notice that actually there is not a one Czech word on this page (and I guess you understand English, right?)

—Posted by Matěj Cepl on 12 Jul 2007 @ 05:18 UTC #

I meant buried in the larger collection of images on Flickr, where there are definitely some examples of Czech.

—Posted by Norman Walsh on 12 Jul 2007 @ 05:42 UTC #

those are not rocket but dicks., . the group who make them calls themselves Smysly {Senses} and so if you look at the last picture you can find letter S being placed between those two blue dicks ;] more from those guys here:

—Posted by pash* on 31 Aug 2007 @ 05:34 UTC #

Lovely. :-)

—Posted by Norman Walsh on 31 Aug 2007 @ 07:56 UTC #