Saturday, June 26, 2010

Arabic Graffiti


Sea Promenade at Carcavelos Beach

16 comments:

Dina said...

Very cool how it joins the bench.

In my city too, I always wonder what the Arabic writing on the wall means.

Irina said...

I wonder what this only word means, repeated so many times.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Now that's something new. Beautifully done grafitti.

António said...

Olá! Boa tarde,
Independentemente da qualidade de alguns trabalhos, fico sempre revoltado quando (como é o caso) alguém na "calada da noite" resolve expressar-se num muro acabadinho de limpar!
A limpeza da pedra é feita com jactos de areia o que implica desgaste neste caso é no muro mas é frequente ver isto em monumentos,estátuas etc. o que na minha perspectiva, demonstra uma enorme falta de respeito de quem se considera artista pelo trabalho de outros artista!... tenho dito!! :)
Um abraço
António

Cezar and Léia said...

Completely unexpected for me...
God bless you!
Cezar

Leif Hagen said...

The graffiti artist was very complete - even continuing the "artwork" onto the bench!

Jarart said...

That took some time to do. I always wonder how they can do it without being caught.

brattcat said...

a graffiti artist with vision extending beyond the wall.

VP said...

We have some, not this nice though. You know I'll get the bench...

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting. Very intricate. I too wonder how this gets done with out the "artist" getting caught. MB

Virginia said...

I hate graffiti but this looks lilke it might have been commissioned. I hope so. It really is lovely JM. Good spot!

T. Becque said...

Yes, I like how it extends onto the bench. Do you know what it means?

AB said...

I am impressed how they managed to incorporate the bench

Anonymous said...

Muito bem ditto Antonio!
Katherine.

Jacob said...

Good grief. It never stops.

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