Yes, 'fachadas en verso', because, although the majority of these pictures display works belonging to the two consecutive (2015 and 2016) editions of the Wall Poetry collaboration of Berlin-based international street art network Urban Nation (next to hold the Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art in the same city) with the Iceland Airwaves music festival (held in Reykjavík every year in early November), it does contain, also, some of its 'cousins', less sophisticated but nevertheless still nice and cute works, plus, also, a few intriguingly sophisticated ones which do not belong to the Wall Poetry project but are there anyway! (if you look carefully, you will discover at least two of these marvels dated 2012 and still gloriously alive in Spetember-October 2016, when I took the pictures). So, it would be unfair to name this page Wall Poetry, and I chose 'fachadas en verso' instead, to accomodate those other very respectable works included in the gallery, which does not imply any underestimation of the huge aesthetic and cultural value projected by this fantastic collaboration from Urban Nation and the marvelous urban artists that made it.
Besides, in this survey I only stumbled upon a fraction of the total works composing the two Wall Poetry undertakings. I hope I may enlarge the collection in subsequent visits to the city.
Originally I had planned to do a careful research to show for every picture the name of the work and its author(s), and even their location in the city. It is possible to do that through the relevant pages and links in the web. You can do that if you wish, it is great practice for your intellect and for your soul! At last, I preferred to preserve the core spirit of the Craft Humanitas initiative, which is that of a personal, unguided discovery survey. So I invite you here to do just as I did in my trip: walk (electronically, to be sure), let city art surprise you at every step, enjoy!