Flower Power In Matala

Another gallery full of street art from Matala – a small Cretan town in the South.
If you ever visit Matala you can look forward to beautiful beaches, colorful streets and traditional Greek taverns!


  

Thank you for visiting! 


9 comments

  1. kevincameronartist · August 21, 2015

    Nice! I wonder what kind of paint they are using? Doesn’t look like chalk to me.

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    • Aneta Somvarska · August 21, 2015

      Thanks for your comment! I am not sure what kind of paint do they use, it surely isn’t chalk. The paint looked quite resistant and I heard that people repaint the roads every year during a Matala festival to keep the streets nicely colorful. 🙂

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      • kevincameronartist · August 21, 2015

        Just curious about it. They painted some streets in Halifax (nearest city to me). I’m sure I could google search their process. Thanks!

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  2. Joe and Eur Moma · August 21, 2015

    The setting in these photographs is so inviting – I’d rather be in that neighborhood, sipping a coffee and sitting on the curb, than at my teacher’s desk right now.

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    • Aneta Somvarska · August 21, 2015

      I completely understand, it was a beautiful place. I hope that you will have a carefree weekend and enjoy some coffee and a nice view even if it won’t be in Matala! 🙂

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  5. kostas · January 15, 2016

    Very nice pics really they give you some of the feeling and the spirit of Matala.Speaking by experience because I’m living there! !!!
    (I’m the owner of flower power shop )!!
    Come and join us!

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    • Aneta Somvarska · January 15, 2016

      Wow that is amazing! I like your shop and the flower power painting 🙂 Maybe next summer if I will visit Matala again:) Thanks for the comment and have a nice day, Kosta!

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