It turns out Stockholm subway art is a little more tricky to track down because each station is so large. So today I learnt that it's ok to ask strangers for help. It feels especially daunting on my own in a foreign country, but:
1. People are so willing to help
2: If they can't, or don't know the answer, they will find you someone who does
3: If they're dicks about it WHO CARES because you ain't ever gonna see that smelly butt pirate ever again
Thank you so much for all your Stockholm tips yesterday... I’m already blending in! 😜🌈 This was captured in the world’s longest open art gallery where 100 subway stations across Stockholm feature artwork spanning back to 1957 ✨
The only thing I really wanted to accomplish seeing in Stockholm was oddly enough the subways! Mom and I did our own self-guided tour and found some beauties! Here’s one of my favorites. No filter- it’s just that striking! I’ll have to upload my MOST favorite probably when I get home since it’s on my Canon. We were almost on a scavenger hunt for these subway stops and didn’t even eat dinner. Apparently restaurants are not open at 11pm around here. Luckily we found jerky and Oreos and #froosh stashed in our room. Mycket bra!
I have been lazy in taking photos in the last months. The Stockholm subway system is said to be the world's longest art exhibit, so today, I forced myself to go out and take some. Since my assistant, *ehem* @_alvinpd_ is in the office, I decided to ditched my camera and use my phone instead. I'm quite impressed with the outcome. This here is Morby Centrum.