For a relatively small city, Reykjavik is packed with quirky sculptures and striking street art around every corner.
It’s famous for the brightly coloured houses, but there are so many colourful details to catch your eye, even down to the red and yellow fire hydrants.
But Reykjavik hasn’t always had a good relationship with its street art; in fact, a few years ago, the city was determined to clean up some of the unauthorised art. Rather than eradicating the murals completely, officials were able to slowly forge relationships with the artists and the property owners who allowed their buildings to be used as canvasses, so that a balance could be struck.
And it was worth it, for a glimpse at some of the creativity on display around the city.