“Black magic man”. Carlos Santana. San Francisco, California. 2016.
Rue de Seine, Paris. c.2016.
Bogotá, Colombia, 2017. More of this artist in a later post.
Asunción, Paraguay. 2019. (c)ourtesy Alex.
The saké man, Bangkok, Thailand. 2018.
Mexico city, 2020.
The divine dancers, Angkor, Cambodia, 2018. Around 9th-10th century AD. I define street art as anything of Beauty, near or on a street… 🙏🏻
At the corner of Berlin and…
Liverpool Street. Mexico city 2020. If poetry is the chance encounter of two words that had never met before, many neighbourhoods in Mexico city can be poetic. Some have only river names. Other have mountains, other writers: Shakespeare St crosses Darwin St. Here, Berlin connects with Liverpool.
“The sound of music”. Bogotá, Colombia… 2017.
“Persistence”. Tlalpan, Mexico city. 2020. Surprisingly, this portrait has been on that wall for at least 3-4 years. Street art usually doesn’t last that long.
“Please allow me to introduce myself. I’m a man of wealth and taste…” Jagger/(Richards). Paris, 15e Arrondissement. 2019.
“OMG”. Bogotá, Colombia. 2020. (c)ourtesy Oscar. Gracias hermano.
An ode to Peanuts. Métro Nationale, Paris, 2019.
“Lascia ogni speranza, o voi ch’entrate”. Abandon all hope, all ye who enter… Dante Allighieri, the Divine Comedy. Florence, Italy, 2016.
To be continued. Never abandon hope. 🙂
Thank you for hopping along on Equinoxio’s Time-Space shuttle. Stopping over in… shall we say… Dante’s Florence? Best wishes to our Italian friends who are in a dire situation; to France, Germany and the US, who are beginning to be hit. Best wishes to everyone worldwide actually. This thing knows no frontiers. An additional hope however: may international cooperation be restored. Sooner than later. Stay home. Stay safe.
A sad update: I just learnt that “Colonialist”, Aka Les Noble, has left us on March 13. Lost his final battle to cancer. To say that I’m in shock is an understatement. Les was a very talented man, and one of the greatest senses of humour I ever knew… Wherever you are now, keep cracking jokes, Les. We will miss you.