Usually, graffiti makes some sense: a pictograph, set of symbols, a likeness. This street graffiti probably means something to the people who are supposed to do something to the parking lot on which it is sprayed. I can’t figure it out though.
Sometimes we walk everywhere seeking graffiti, sometimes when we stand still, graffiti finds us.
I came across this writing during one of my walks. The street repair people have a graffiti all their own. Their markings mean something their compatriots. It is sanctioned street tagging.
Some inner sanctums (sancti ?) are less relaxing than others.
I was feeling a bit lost during my walk the other day. The directions posted on the sidewalk didn’t help much.
I like the rich, diverse array of color, shape and tone in this shot.
This one caught my attention. The combination of metal, concrete, pink and white writing and most important of all, the blue dot, compelled me to take this street-level photograph.
I was in the same area where I caught the work of a somewhat sloppy graffiti artist (see Off the Mark). The spray paint must have been the work of the same person. However, thinking outside the box, or drawing outside the lines is sign of originality and creative thinking. Three canvases were available: sidewalk, […]
In most cases, graffiti artists don’t have problems framing their tags. They like longevity and usually choose permanent edifices upon which to make their mark. The indelibility of the graffiti pictured below is limited to the portion sprayed on the sidewalk. Out here in California, the gardeners usually come one time a week, which means […]