LOL! This is great :-)
Yess, bien vu, j'adore
Interesting graffiti. I like the hand.
Genial, wonderful idea and execution.
i have noticed a lot more of this style in local street art
haha, very nice.happy theme day!
Looks like art to me. Great post.
I don't understand the meaning of that graffiti but it's artistically done!Bon weekend
Some talent was involved in the making of this graffiti! This graffiti artist is a true artist.
Now this is what I would call "good" graffiti!
wow, superb artwork. This i love. who is the artist? great choice.
Photo realism and colorful bande dessinée -- The art and creativity make for interesting graffiti. Genie
One of my favorites for Theme Day. Bravo!
As much as I dislike the idea of graffiti, this is done so well, I think it's more of a mural. Nice find!
If I had to look at graffiti this would be the 'good' kind. Very artsy. Not vandalism. I don't see any graffiti in Stanwood except on passing freight trains. MB
Nice. comical. funny. Great!
THAT is some creative graffiti!
This is something quite well thought and realized, I just don't understand why on a wall...
Weird yellow guy...God bless you!Cezar
What is the point? All graffiti done on other people's property is vandalism and should be dealt with as a crime.Otherwise, the so-called "artist" should be able to draw his "art" on your brand-new car.
Great framing on this! I actually really enjoy murals like these - this one is particularly humorous!
Happy Theme Day - great post for "graffiti"Have a wonderful weekend :)Hood Photo Blog
This is the "good" graffiti -- if there is such a thing, but it is indeed very artsy and I don't see it as vandalism -- at least not the kind of graffiti we usually see so much of! Fun post, JM! Enjoy your weekend!Sylvia
Wow, interesting and funny murals! Not very comman here.
Poor little guy! :D
To answer your question, I'm going to assume that yes, I think the skeleton in my photo has something to do with Dia de los Muertos since this mural seems to change at different intervals.
This looks like the work of a professional graffiti artist. Not the run of the mill stuff I see around town.
This guy (or gal) is really good.
A fab piece of street art.
A raging debate about graffiti here and everywhere... art or a crime? My opinion is that if it was uninvited on someone's private or public property it's uninvited, period, no matter how well done or how good the cause. But as a wall mural, this would be a great piece of urban art. (Jose, an overwhelmingly busy week prevented my from much blogging... your earlier posts this week are super, as always... )
I wonder if this is a political statement of some kind? Artfully done.
Artistic and nice!:)
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