Monday, February 10, 2014

On a Lamp Post Downtown

Graffiti fascinates me.  The least significant of my wonderings about it:  How do so many people create it without getting caught? 

5 comments:

Nellie said...

I wonder the same thing, Val. Also, how do they figure out how to safely leave their creations in some most unusual locations? Someone needs to give them a pencil and some paper for the doodles they need to make!xo

Blessed Serendipity said...

This is the kind of grafitti I love!

xo Danielle

Blondie's Journal said...

This is so neat!! What a nice thing to write!

XO,
Jane

Marie said...

Love it Val! My friend's son got arrested in Hungary for trying to leave his Mark there. They had to bail him out of jail and he is not allowed in Hungary ever again. Banned for eternity! Having said that however, he makes a living with his graffiti art.

Val said...

Nellie, some of the locations really make me shake my head. I'm always wondering how the artist got up there/down there without falling or being detected. Some of the artwork is so involved-looking too. It fascinates me.

Danielle: Yes! I find so much of it that's positive. I need to take pictures of more of it.

Jane: Yes, a sweet find. :)

And Marie: Banned for eternity! Wow. That he makes a living at it, is interesting. Is his work shown online anywhere?