A design studio in Lithuania has transformed a bathroom in one of the hottest venues in the city of Kaunas with the concrete charm of Soviet-era tower blocks. (Photos: VCG)
Gyva Grafika, a local company specializing in wall graphics and design, created the tiles for the Galeria Urbana bar. The venue, known for it is creative crowd, requested that the bathroom be redecorated but without having its tiles removed.
The artists then decided to photograph a Kaunas neighborhood where they grew up and printed the sights on stickers. The end result was a tile each with a different tower block window, complete with curtain-twitching neighbors.