Monday, March 19, 2012

Graffiti Signed 'Kings Of The Universe'


Abandoned factory at Cruz Quebrada
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This post is linked to Monday Mural

25 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonito, colorido e bem feito!
*** e que dia fabuloso de sol!
Léia

Steffe said...

Abandoned factories can be interesting to check out. Did you go for a closer look?

VP said...

Such a modest guy...

Olivier said...

de belles couleurs et plein d'etoiles, c'est assez poetique pour des tags

JM said...

@Steffe: I tried to, but there are fences, walls and closed gates all around the complex.

JM said...

@VP: Indeed! LOL!

Cathy Hudspeth said...

Gorgeous graffiti - art for sure!

RedPat said...

Love the shot - yours are always so good!

ewok1993 said...

the "word" on the right appears to be something like an arabic writing to me. what cool colors they chose.

Sylvia K said...

I agree, great graffiti! Surely better than anything I've seen here in Seattle lately!! Terrific, colorful capture for the day, JM!

Sylvia

Carolina Tavares said...

Eu sei que o destaque não é este, mas eu gosto de trilhos, principalmente da madeira dos trilhos.

Kay said...

Well, I guess if you're going to do something like this you may as well think big! This looks better than the usual stuff. . .but then, who would expect anything less from the King of the Universe?

joo said...

Nice photo, JM!

Andrew said...

I love it...

Sharon said...

That is quite a large kingdom!

TexWisGirl said...

rather pretty and very well done!

Jack said...

Gee, I hate seeing graffiti everywhere.

ladyfi said...

Oh, the confidence of youth! Lovely shots.

Joan Elizabeth said...

It is the character of the railway lines that capture my attention more than the graffiti. I guess because rail has been so important among the 100 towns.

Milton Ostetto said...

Um colorido interessante com um belo enquadramento

Oakland Daily Photo said...

The lettering is so graceful. But I can't read it in any language. My loss I think. The colors and stars add some charm to what typically is a weedy, littered patch of ground. Thanks, Jose, for participating in this week's Monday Mural.

NixBlog said...

NIce shot. Now "Kings of the Universe"? Hmmmmm, I beg to differ ;-)

Lowell said...

Strange thing that the "king" of the universe must write his message on the back of an old building along some old railroad tracks in a town which would probably not be considered a center of business or commerce.

Maybe king of the nuthouse might be a better handle.

La Mode Operandi said...

How universally Cool!

San said...

This picture and the mural are both absolutely awesome.

Have a great week.