An Archaeologist Unearths the Divine Feminine
Thrown for a loop.
Those were interesting Amanda. One man's art is another man's _____________?
haha! The 'artists' were definitely going for shock value there in some cases. Guess you could fill in that blank with just about anything!
They use a lot of stenciling it seems. This last one is really intriguing. I always look at the graffiti a lot also, glossing over the gang tags.
The last one was outside a university building in Coimbra. Seems college students are the same all over the world.
Hi Amanda....Very cool post..wonderful visuals...uniquely potent and mysterious! Love them all..great pics!Always fantastic visiting your realm!Wishing you a beautiful week!Victoria
Graffiti can be quite interesting. It is a nuisance, of course, especially if it is sprayed on historic buildings (they seem to love to do that in Italy) but in other places it has its own story to tell.
I have sort of a love-hate relationship with it. It's awful when sprayed on historic buildings, but when examined closely, sometimes there is a certain beauty to be found.
I have ambigous feelings about grafitti, esp. if thy are on hisorical buildings and monuments
I used to teach in an area of Los Angeles that was full of graffiti and Frescos! Sometimes, the same artists were responsible for both. I learned to appreciate and take seriously the sentiments of this type of art. How else can people express their innermost frustrations when nobody is willing to listen to them?
Now there's a project: travel the world or travel the country and photo graffiti where ever you find it. Stenciling is not my favoriteLovekj
Some people think grafiti is beautiful. I think it's very interesting in other countriesbut not my own :)
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