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See Budapest’s Széchenyi Bath filled with colorful characters

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  • We Love Budapest

9/14/2017 5:07 PM

Adding to his growing oeuvre of colorful drawings depicting everyday life in Budapest, Hungarian artist Zsolt Vidák created an illustration of the outdoor thermal pools of Széchenyi Bath that is reminiscent of “Where’s Waldo?”, full of funny scenes and hidden details.

Hungarian artist Zsolt Vidák graduated from the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in 2008, and he often creates images for major magazines, while his works were displayed in numerous exhibitions abroad. Continuing his growing oeuvre of colorful drawings depicting everyday life in Budapest, he recently showed us how Széchenyi Bath looks in his eyes.

The illustrations feature characteristicSzéchenyi soakers like chess players in the water, an old lady knitting, and a guy guzzling beer on the terrace... but look closely to spot the bear, and a man with a fake shark fin attached to his head, an actual shark, a mermaid, an astronaut, and even Hitchcock – try to find them all!

The illustrations are available for purchase here, and can be viewed – among some other works of Zsolt Vidák – in high resolution here.

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