The World's Most Colorful Urban Stairs

The World’s Most Colorful Urban Stairs

Life is not bright enough? Add up some colors! Many artists, designers and just enthusiasts take this advice literally. One of the examples is vivid patterns popping up every now and then over regular, unnoticeable stairways in different parts of our planet.  These creative projects transform simple steps into new objects as well as brighten the urban landscape around. 

Street art on the steps of Beirut, Lebanon by Dihzahyners


Stairway made of 600 meters of picture frames by Stuart Haygarth at the Victoria and Albert Museum for London Design Week


The 16th Avenue Tiled steps project, San Francisco, USA


The Rainbow covered stairs by Horst Glaesker, Wuppertal, Germany


Vivid steps of Valparasio, Chille


Dalí on the Rocky Steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art,  April 2005, Philadelphia, USA


Escadaria Selaron, colorful tiled stairway, Lapa, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Guy on the stairs, Berlin, Germany

SEE ALSO: Walk through “Your Rainbow Panorama” in Denmark

Splendid Spiral Staircases Photography by Nils Eisfeld

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