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Taylor Holland’s curious collection of tour bus graphics provides a welcome start to the week

Taylor Holland first became fascinated by anonymously authored bus artworks several years ago, after cycling past a tourist coach that bared a startling rainbow emblem while on his daily commute to work in Paris. Transfixed by the sharp lines, vivid colours and unusual sense of scale, the American-born artist began exploring this under-the-radar genre of itinerant art, documenting the most striking examples with his camera. From ornate Renaissance paintings to tropical sunsets, leaping dolphins and idyllic country landscapes, his bold, burgeoning EuroBus typology is nothing short of invigorating. Here, we've hand-picked a few of our favourites to make your Monday that little bit happier. Enjoy!

Happy Monday! #anotherhappymonday

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