Like most of the larger capital cities in the world, Sweden’s capital Stockholm has an intricate metro network beneath its streets, but I’ll bet there aren’t many that are as colorful.
Sometimes referred to as ‘the world’s longest art gallery’, the Stockholm metro has been decorated by over 150 artists since the 1950’s.
London-based travel photographer Conor MacNeill headed underground to capture images of these amazing, albeit somewhat starkly colorful, metro stations.
“They’d been famous among the world of photographers for a long time,” he says. “I wanted to see them for myself and take my own approach on the subject. I shot late into the night – I just keep getting carried away exploring.”
No advertising, no graffiti, just art – love it!
All photographs by Conor MacNeill
For more info (for when you get there): VisitStockholm