I‘m not too keen on so-called “Street Art”. Most times it involves stealthy individuals spraying your (not their) wall with ugly nonsense which you then have to paint. Transgression seems to be the key word. “Oh. So daring!”. The vast majority of it defaces someone else’s property but the exception makes the rule, doesn’t it? When you walk around with your camera in hand, you may find interesting stuff. Or something that actually enhances the abandoned wall. Here it is, gathered during some of my travels.
Palissade. Mexico city. Not Peking or Beijin!
Vodka outdoor ad. Mexico city. Very good art. Poor brand recognition.
Dream on. Mexico city. (Tagged on my recently departed father’s house). I left the tag on for a while for the – unaware – message!
Rue de l’Université. Paris.
Paris. Marais district. “Street of the market of the White-Coats”. The latter referred to the knights Templars, The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon who had their Temple nearby.
I want to be free. (Who doesn’t?). Bologna, Italia.
A closed shop window in Bologna. Lovely.
All pix (c) BMO except for the first one (c) Gini.
Bon week-end, buen fin, bom fim, buon finale di settimana and a lovely week-end to all.