Art in Rio

The streets of Rio are filled with color and character. We LOVED the black and white pattern that separates the beach from the streets at Copacabana and covers the downtown paths. The design and planning of these black and white swirls surely took a love of labor.


Selaron’s Stairs is a famous spot in downtown Rio with an incredible labor of art and work. 


We loved the random murals and street art. 


So. Much. Color.

There was also the most amazing sand sculptures lining the beaches in Rio. I don’t know why we never took a picture, but they were something to admire for sure!


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One Comment

  1. Katrin September 16, 2016 at 12:15 am - Reply

    Looks like the free art in the city is reason enough to visit Rio! I would have loved to see a picture of the black and white swirls, but maybe you meant to tease us so we’ll go there ourselves 😉

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