A graffiti – or, street art – mural in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco.
I took this photo while on a shoot in a few blocks of “The TL” for an official call-for-works – this is not one of the pieces I submitted, so it’s fair game for WW. (I have a policy of not posting officially submitted pieces for WW until after they have been accepted/rejected.)
Hahaha, OK, I won’t touch my screen !
at least it is happy graffiti!
My WW is here.
Nice and different!
I wonder if somebody comes back in a few hours and changes it to say “Dry Paint”?
Signs like that make me so tempted to check to see
Great shot, made me smile!
I wonder how many people walked by and had to touch it ….just to check! I know I would have!
I would have been tempted to touch and check.
interesting grafitti. Looks more like kid’s art than what you normally see!
HA! This one made me laugh. My guess its middle schoolers trying to become grafitti artists I should know, in my younger years I did the same! Thankfully, I matured!
I like it. The happy face looks like it’s attached to a cute little caterpillar :).
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It is kind of neat, almost like an animal with that face which isn’t exactly connected. It looks like a child’s work to me too or someone just fooling around. Actually it looks like something that I would try to draw. Have yourself a fun day.
I’d be so tempted to try too. Nice find for WW.
I played too. Mine are here and here.
Great find for WW. I like the smiley!
Mom wonders how many people “tried it out!”
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For the record, I did not try it out. You never know if it might be true
What a fun capture! It totally looks like a little kid painting. I especially love the zippy little smiling caterpillar creature on the bottom.
I almost touched it…nice pic
This is is some different looking graffiti! It does look like a little kiddo run amok! Happy WW
Loved the color!
Almost looks like a board was purposely put there so artists won’t graffiti the window.
To answer your question about my post, the frog isn’t real. It was part of an origami exhibit I saw at the Marin County Fair this past weekend.
Was it wet?
Well, if what you did submit is visually more appealing and humorous than this, I’d say you’ve got a guaranteed acceptance! Great shot!
That is just plain fun! Even the handwriting smiles!
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