It's siesta time! In Spain, people traditionally take a mid-afternoon nap called a siesta. This means many of the local shops close for a few hours before reopening for dinner. Although this lull can be frustrating if you're trying to go shopping or grab a bite, it's a great time to go for a walk. One of my favorite things about siesta is seeing the colorful garage doors that cover the storefronts. Almost all of the coverings have some form of graffiti that gives the stores an identity aside from their formal branding. I love the bright colors, character, and stylization of the art!
As I was walking around the local neighborhoods today, I decided to document the graffiti I stumbled upon. Here's a taste of what I saw.