Sunday, December 6, 2009

Skatepark

18 comments:

Dina said...

Oi, that looks like spattered blood in the painting. I hope you went there just to photograph and not skate.

Asta said...

Hi JM,

I like this. It's very creative and some of the graffiti at the wall is very good. A pitty of course that someone felt that they needed to add something that ruins the picture.

Best regards
Asta

Anya said...

Well .......... its art :-)
Creative ,colorful and handcraft
its masterwork
I can not make that !!!
LOL

Have a nice evening
(@^.^@)

Leif Hagen said...

So, JM - is that where you hang out with your skateboard?

Jacob said...

Wild stuff, JM. Methinks you've got more graffiti in Spain and Portugal than most places.

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful and colourful!
Have a great week dear friend!
Léia

Julie said...

This is the sort of graffiti that I admire and in a location that is appropriate. I don't mind tag graffiti either - IN THE RIGHT PLACE.

Steffe said...

Where are all the skaters? Sleeping?

Vogon Poet said...

This could be very interesting when they actually skate. The graffitis are colorful and effective, perfect for a place like this. Nice catch!

Joan Elizabeth said...

Skateparks are are a great place for graffiti ... after all plain cement is rather boring and it scares the oldies away.

Lisa Wilson said...

My son would love this place! Cool art!

marley said...

Very funky and colourful!

Sharon said...

Very creative artwork for this sporting venue.

Marie-Noyale said...

Doesn't look that safe!!!

Mirela said...

Sweet! No skaters-in-action photos? Or are skaters in PT same as joggers on jogging path in Zagreb - invisible? :)

magicpolaroid said...

beautiful graffiti wall and great place!

AB said...

Oeiras is not just elegant old houses. It is modern and urban, too1

exposemaximum said...

I always like graffiti work, but pity to know that you can't find such works here.