Monday, September 23, 2013

Street Lottery Seller


... next to the work of the great street artist BORONDO on one of the many vacant shops in Lisbon

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This post is linked to Monday Mural

23 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Super interessante! :)
Léia

Kate said...

I just get really upset when I see graffiti on someone else's "canvas."

Lowell said...

Oh my ... I don't know what to say. I'll agree with Leia - very interesting! :)

TexWisGirl said...

wow.

Sylvia K said...

It is very interesting and I don't know what else to say either! You do find intriguing subjects, JM, that's for certain!! Have a great week!

Sharon said...

I'm assuming the red paint is not part of the great piece above. Interesting that lottery tickets are sold on the street like that.

VP said...

A simple way for a true artist to show his skills!

Andrew Fulton said...

Wonderful images... well observed

Hilde said...

love the contrast, love the subject, the graffiti.... Just a great picture JM!
greetings from Belgium

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

That is really interesting artwork, the lines are amazing.

Halcyon said...

Too bad about the tags around it. Very interesting work.

Jack said...

The painting of the face is exceptional. But, the other graffiti around it is quite disappointing.

Sami said...

A pity someone defaced a nice mural with grafitti. But still looks nice.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I'm stunned. This is an incredible technique. It's sort of an inside out mezzotint. I will definitely remember Borondo's name. Hope you have more of his work to show us. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

orvokki said...

Love the face graffiti, but why does someone always wants to mess up everything that is beautiful.
Greetings

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger (大哥) said...

Yes, that face is rather amazing! Love it!

Duncan In Kuantan

ladyfi said...

What an amazing portrait.

Laura. M said...

Me gusta esa cara!!

Kay said...

An amazing piece of art. Too bad that fellow "artists" didn't honor it by keeping it clear.

Randy said...

I love it.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Yes that is great street art.

Dina said...

That's pretty amazing artwork.
But does the handicapped lady really have to stand while selling lottery tickets?

Kovács Miklós said...

I have to tell you that's a really good artwork. I like such compositions in seperated place but hate graffitis on the streets. Thanks for sharing.