Thursday, February 5, 2009

Boom!

How's this for wall art? This is one of the more elaborate ones I've seen.

15 comments:

The Good Life in Virginia said...

interesting grafitti...someone had/has a statement to make.
have a great thursday.

erin

Grace and Bradley said...

Oooo...... I wonder what the residence in the apartment behind think

Virginia said...

Peace Baby!
V

richies said...

That is quite the mural. Thanks for sharing it.

An Arkies Musings

Tash said...

sadly, it's all too real even if the style isn't. That's a photo with a lot of impact (no pun intended)!

Marie Reed said...

Boom is right! What a color explosion!

Debby said...

What is it supposed to represent? Do you know? Is this graffiti that goes up in the night anonymously, or do graffiti artists have places where they are allowed to express themselves?

Bibi said...

Debby---looks like an atomic explosion to me...perhaps in reference to the NATO bombing, which of course was not nuclear, or I wouldn't be here! People just do art on open spaces, public or private.

Debby said...

I thought it was protesting the nuclear bomb, and wondered what he was specifically trying to say. It must have been scary times for you and your family.

Knoxville Girl said...

dag, that puts the "graphic" in graphic art. very elaborate - how did they paint the high parts?

marley said...

Woah! That is cool. And big!

Kris said...

A potent message too.

Thérèse said...

What is standing on the left side. Good idea not to have painted the two arrows...
Life is precious.

Babooshka said...

Cheery in a dull world.

Thérèse said...

Yes times have changed... have they really?
It was kind of agonizing to keep in touch with loved ones at the time.