This is on the Eastside Trail of the Beltline. Underneath the bridge closest to Monroe Drive. You know, just in case anyone wants to go see it. There’s actually lots of great art along the whole trail.
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Well I couldn’t specify each one that isn’t an artist so I just generalised!
[Here’s a larger image](http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vreUjPol9v4/VANkxRVL0_I/AAAAAAAAKIs/Ubb-fyW8XAc/s1600/10518592_721601911246279_7356013249959416878_o.jpg) That splatter doesn’t look like a stencil at all and I can’t see any sign of wheatpasting. (maybe I’m just secretly hoping that he took his time to paint the details.)
hey I am going to Montreal to study in september and would be interested in seeing this for myself, c ould you tell me the street it’s on and maybe other good graffiti spots of the city
Possible alternate: it may have caused him to pause for a moment. He could have liked it. If it’s his job, he may have felt forced to erase something he wanted to stay – helping him to question orders or… If he then removed
Our streets in downtown have many many walls covered in murals like this. I love it
Cool find. But is anyone else thinking this is a fox? Whatever it is, it’s beautiful.
Aw man, I don’t remember exactly, but if you get off Jefferson on the L, you’ll start seeing a bunch of murals everywhere, and if you stroll around, you’ll eventually be able to find it. All the murals that are part of the Bushwick
Thanks. One of the most interesting artists I have seen in a while. I wonder why this post went nowhere.
Probably because that’s the case here. “The striking thing to me is the difference in the quality of the work — almost naive and child-like scribbles from the Taliban, and more finely tuned artwork from a skilled artist from the Marines,” O’Reilly writes. –
Is this piece still there? Excellent if so, a lot of people pass this on the way too/from the airport, it’s a great introduction to Lisbon imo.
[If you walk a little more east, you get to see the rest](http://i.imgur.com/QFuekay.jpg)
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.
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).