Graffiti near a bridge over the Suzhou Creek in Shanghai.
I had an ulterior motive for posting this one today. I will be having my first public photo show in a couple of weeks, and the urban graffiti shots are likely to be the theme! I will post more info on the blog in the near future…
Cool, you found graffiti in China! I didn’t see any when I was in Zhouzhuang. Congratulations on your upcoming show.
Yes, my post was from the recent Vietnamese Spring Parade in San Jose.
I like Graffiti I think that it gives a huge insight into what is really going on.
Congratulations on your upcoming show! Urban graffiti would be a great theme!
Congrats on the show, and love this urban pic 🙂
Congrats! What a great news, I wish you good luck and success at your show.
Wow. How absolutely exciting. Please do post details. Congrats!!!
And I love this one.
Congratulations on your show! Love the theme.
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Super cool! My husband and I are both artists of different types. He is a sculptor/ jeweler. I work more on illustrations. I’m a college teacher at a graphic design school. I love looking at art!
But is it art sweetie?
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Very nice. Looks almost like art, rather than graffiti
Nice colorful shot.
Whoever pruned that tree should be fired 😆
Wow!! Tht must be the prettiest graffiti huh!
Great urban shot. Love the colors.
Apparently they are the same all over the world ! the picture could have been taken here in Brussels too, lol !
Amazing colours in this graffiti!
Terrific shot and I’m also enchanted by your previous post about the exposition, thanks so much for sharing ART and beautiful pictures!
yes, please do post more graffiti art and more info about your upcoming photography show! how exciting. congrats!
Congrats on your first public show! That is so exciting. Graffiti will be an eye-catching theme, too. This shot has so much visual interest. The uniform hue of the grass is mellowed by the wild colors in the paint, and the background buildings almost seem to be growing from the artwork.
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