I dig this, but the whole “people wearing gas masks in unexpected scenarios” thing is a little played out to me. Still a cool work of art, though.
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Oh! I meant a kangaroo. I sort of unconsciously shortened the word. Roos I guess is the more acceptable one. http://i1.treklens.com/photos/1536/kangaroo2.jpg This is a Big Red Kangaroo. It has huge biceps. Roos generally do. Even amongst them, this is a big one. It seems
This one used to be on the side of a port-a-potty barrier (don’t really know how to explain that) at North Valley park but was removed, you can still kind of see it. There is another one near the cub foods exit by papa
Problem is that is the second time that exact same art piece has been posted in two days
I enjoy attempting to extract meaning from things, and here I imagine the Juggernaut is a symbol for the intense poverty in Detroit; nearly unstoppable once it gets moving and it’s going to either miss you, or kill you.
To me the lines look really clean. It seems like the writer was going for a specific look to the letters and I’m impressed by the control and execution.
My dad’s hometown too. Been there 4 times. Awesome city. This piece was actually right down the street from my grandmother’s apartment.
>Where is this located in Denver? >I live here and would love to see it in person. It’s no longer there, actually. It was an alleyway mural that was covered up awhile ago.
Sorry for the low quality and crop of hair (top right corner), this was taken across my SO’s lap on the bus! It was one of my first days in town and I was really excited about it – we don’t get a lot
There’s a collective that do this around where I work, so the street art changes weekly. They have an Instagram with more of their work on it [here](http://instagram.com/therealartofstreetart).
The Arab St. area seems to have the best, if not the only, graffiti in Singapore (though this is clearly a permitted mural).
I reckon it’s taken from this photograph from 1946 – [Walk to Paradise Garden](http://life.time.com/culture/into-the-light-w-eugene-smiths-walk-to-paradise-garden/). Nice mural!
Hah, indeed, I know my mom got scared the first time I pointed it out to her. It’s a bit high-up on the building, so the effect is better when seen from afar. [Here’s another, blurry picture to give you an idea of the
Well, I was studying there last week when I took the picture. Unfortunately I had to come back to the US earlier than expected so I never got to go inside. :'( If anyone here is ever in Salamanca Spain, if you walk left
I can see why you think that from seeing the picture, but in person I didn’t look good at all. Paint is terrible, rust all over, holes, falling apart everywhere. A few of the holes in the floor are getting quite serious, so it’s
Thanks. The progression of images showing the art being created is fascinating. [Here](http://www.personal.psu.edu/dcg5081/blogs/fysgordon/2010/04/lava-burst-edgar-mueller.html)’s some commentary I found on this work. I like it when the artist describes in their own words what the exhibit means to them: > “…an apocalyptic scene offers itself to
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Cassiopeia is a pretty cool place. When I told a few people I was headed to Berlin, everyone said, “Stay out of East Berlin!” So of course, it was the first place I went. Berlin is an awesome city.
I wonder if it keeps tilting as time goes on, like the real one…
yep those shopping carts are real! sawed into half and attached to the wall! or perhaps just full shopping carts with half of them in the concrete in the wall. I can’t tell! either way, i smiled a lot when i saw it
I’ve been gone for about 3 years so that makes sense. I just don’t want Reno to do it like how Vegas is doing it. Old Vegas has legal walls everywhere, and the graf feels very…forced. It’s like they are trying on purpose to
[I want a computer, that looks like a computer. Not a fucking cigarette case.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PADkpyVWAwQ&index=11&list=RDnLKibXI3fXY)
So as I found out, the names of the artists are “Nego and Lux” and here is an [article about the creation of this piece of art](http://www.digi24.ro/Stiri/Regional/Digi24+Timisoara/Stiri/Festivalul+Plai+anuntat+prin+cel+mai+mare+graffiti) (in Romanian, but with some nice pictures).