maandag 7 maart 2016

Hmm

In the frayed inner corners of neglected places in the city you will find graffiti. Usually that's really ugly and polluting but this one has curiously little zen-like qualities. You can look at it a little longer without immediately turning off your head. Probably thanks to the green hedge. One for Monday Murals here.

15 opmerkingen:

  1. Yes... some graffiti looks great... but not welcome.

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  2. No this one shoud be painted over

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  3. The green hedge looks much better. The graffiti people should have replicated it but that would make sense and we cannot have that.

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  4. thank goodness for the greenery

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  5. Sorry, still looks like graffiti to me!

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  6. I like green area, I hope to cover the whole wall.

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  7. Thank you for linking up with SEASONS today! Luckily the graffiti painters have left the greenery in the front:) Enjoy your week and hope to see you back next week with a thumbnail!

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  8. I think you're right about the hedge.

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  9. I'm not getting the zen here. It's mostly just tagging, which I think is vandalism. But some graffiti is at the level of fine are. You've seen Banksy, probably.

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  10. I get what you're saying. The eye does move around this wall. I'm curious about the green and white paste-up. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  11. graffiti is part of most urban landscapes these days... i do like the green foliage in your shot!

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  12. Someone found an opportunity to fill the empty spaces. I'm thinking graffiti.

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