Not being a city person, street graffiti as an art form is something that puzzles me and fascinates me at the same time. 😛
I have been exploring a lot of the major (and minor) streets in my neighborhood, but I had not really walked Harrison Street between the bridge and CatSynth HQ. This stairwell with its graffiti is one of many visual “treats” I encountered along the way.
Sometimes they make me love them, sometimes hate them. It all depends on what drawn 😛
The pipe and the opening in the wall make a graffitied stairway an unusual photograph. Your city scenes always have such unusual points of view.
They did a good job but it makes the place look dirty, lol
I appreciate the art but not the canvas they chose.
Very interesting and creative shot. Happy WW.
Alice at I Was Born2Cree8Or my version of Wordless Wednesday
Bark! Great pikture. Sad tho that there’s so much graffiti all over our world now. Oh well… Happy WW.
Reba @ Reba’s Runor this dog’s Woofless Wednesday
A tiny bit scary – but a cool shot!Happy WW!
I am in two minds about graffiti. Most of our local stuff is an ugly scrawl sadly.
Never seen a station such as that. Great capture.
Ahhhh…. reminds me of home! 😉
Love the shot! Hate the tagging.
Can’t get away from graffiti these days..
Those look like some stairs I would not like to go down!
This photo makes me wonder what other graffiti is at the end of those stairs.
Thanks for commenting on my site. Happy WW! 🙂
That is an interesting picture! As a cat,I am curious and want to go down the stairs 😉 The graffitti is not too bad.
You got a great shot with all the angles and light; but it’s not an art form I appreciate.Thanks for your visit!~~~Blessings~~~
Not nice, I have seen real artistic once !
I recognize those tags
Interesting picture ~ hope you had a happy wordless wednesday!
Interesting point of view!
We’ve got graffiti on walls where we love too, though it’s not as ‘artistic’!
It would be a ‘treat’ if it’s something you don’t see a lot of. Not sure what it says though.
When is graffiti a graffiti, and when is it art? Does it becomes art if it was a picture? Just wondering….
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