There are three maritime murals in Ustka, created according to woodcuts by the Japanese artist Hokusai. Their creation and unveiling took place in 2017.
The “Radość” Sanatorium (or “Joy” Sanatorium) in Ustka is decorated with a mosaic designed by Irena Zahorska in the late 1970s. This expressive composition, full of sea creatures, was made of ceramic elements (including porcelain fragments, e.g. cups, plates, jugs or lids).
On the other hand, on Słowiańska Street we can see a mural on the wall of a building adjacent to the town hall. It was created in 2017 on the initiative of the civic budget, and it portrays the sea with the poem by Czesław Miłosz titled “Gift”. The project, the author of which is the Słupsk artist Piotr Igor Salata, was made by the Indygo Foundation.
On top of that, there are three more murals on Marynarki Polskiej Street – two were made by the Museum of the Pomeranian Folk Culture in Swołów. The third mural is located in the “Mistral – tu i teraz” Café (or “Here and Now Mistral” Café), and was designed by the famous artist Jacek Frąckiewicz.
Address: ul. Zaruskiego 1a, ul. Słowiańska, ul. Marynarki Polskiej oraz ul. Limanowskiego