Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Where the Mural Ends

Here's the rest of the graffiti wall, showing how our anonymous artists got into a Dali frame of mind on the last mural. I do like the stark transition between the mural and the detritus of old posters and staples over peeling paint on the same wall. Tomorrow I'll show you a new artistic  development that's appeared on the wall in the past few days.

7 comments:

angela said...

I think they're pretty good copies and I'd much rather look at the Dali than a peeling wall..much more interesting.

Strangetastes said...

Sometimes I think the ghost of Dali lurks behind every corner and droopy watch. He's everywhere! Painting copies of 19th and 20th Century famous European paintings isn't very adventurous graffiti, though.

For The People said...

That is neat. Have a wonderful day!

marley said...

What a cool bit of street art. Looking forward to more.

I enjoyed the nun joke! It made me laugh out loud! Thanks for joining in :)

babooshka said...

Yeah the nun joke! I'm picnhing that one. As for the art, for that's what it is, it's a wonderful copy. Many talented people just need to be given a chance or a platform. Getting all altruisitc now, but you've given an unknown, talented artist a real boost.

Harry Makertia said...

No parking on that zone! I just realized that even police/city has to be sure that they provides enough space for everybody to appreciate this art.

USelaine said...

These are great! It's too bad anyone would tag over them, but it does seem to be a sort of 'free speech' wall.