Turn a corner, any corner, in Brussels and you don't know what you'll run into next. There's even a term for it. Brusselization, as the phenomenon is called, means that the architecture is anarchic, the modern and old mingle inharmoniously, and impromptu murals (many of them quite good) spring up everywhere on brick walls and boarded-up buildings. There is an excellent comic strip museum where you can learn all about Hergé, the Belgian artist behind Tintin & break your neck gawking at the Art Nouveau architecture by Victor Horta, and then you walk out in the street and turn a corner and you see this. Murals that emulate Hergé's playful ligne claire style are everywhere on the streets of Brussels. I know the 007 is cheeky and accidental. That's why I like it.