The discreet mosaic space invader echoes the colour of the stone, the shape of the dome of the Pantheon and the pattern of the inn sign at the other end of the building.
On the opposite street corner, the single tree looks perfectly in place, whether in summer leaf or stark winter branches. The bark tones with the colours of the stone walls. The tracery of the church windows reflects the pattern of the winter branches, or is it the other way round?
By contrast the yellow variegated, evergreen shrubs, lined up in rustic boxes by the bollards, don’t seem to relate to the colours, forms or materials of their surroundings. It’s an odd turn around when the graffiti (or street art) is more carefully site specific than the public landscaping.