Wednesday, November 26, 2008

ABC Wednesday "S" is for "Street Art"

Found this on a wall downtown the other week. Yes, on a wall, and that little yellow leaf was just hanging there, probably blown onto the wall when one or the other was damp, and it just stuck there. Street art loves you, but do you love street art?

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15 comments:

antigoni said...

Beautiful art and excellent post!

Tash said...

I do, I do - as long as it's art & I think the stencil of the beauty is art. Great 'S' ... Stencil Street 'Slike':). I can't get over the leaf in the photo - it adds scale & color & additional point of interest.

RuneE said...

At least the leaf lent a spot of colour to the picture.

Rinkly Rimes said...

If this street art was in Belgrade why is the text in English?

Bibi said...

Rinkly Rimes, Thou suggesteth I didn't take this photo here? Fie on you! English is a universal language now, and for that matter, my guess is that the words on this original stencil were printed with English text. For you folks in Belgrqade, this is on the left-hand side of Hilandarska street, almost down to Dusanova...or is it 29 marta? At knee level!

Bear Naked said...

If all street art looked that good then I would love it also.
Great post.

Bear((( )))

soulbrush said...

yes i do love this and street art too, as long as it is not mindless rude graffiti!

marley said...

I love street art and I love the saying!

Chuck Pefley said...

Sometimes yes, sometimes no.

raf said...

It is nice to be loved, period. :)
Like Chuck, sometimes yes, sometimes no. In this case, I would not like it so much without the leaf.
Great post, Bibi!

humanobserver said...

I am a huge fan of street art.......

babooshka said...

That leaf if spooky. She's a real beauty.

Dan said...

Well Helloooo street art! Pleased to meet you! LoL

Becky said...

I love the leaf there. It adds the colour that street art needs. Nice catch!

Mim said...

I love street art - and this is a terrific picture especially with the leaf.