Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Not even close to a wordless Wednesday



I really like graffiti. A lot. Where ever I am, I look for it. In Peru it took awhile to find any good stuff, but one day we stumbled into a neighborhood that had some great images. Here are a few. I have a can of gold spray paint and am itching to use it. .. I am thinking of a angle Moroni stencil. . .is that sacreligious?

6 comments:

Sami said...

you should check out barry mcgee and margaret kilgallen. the pbs series, art21, profiled them on season 1. i think you'd dig them. just as a little preview...
margaret kilgallen talks about how billboards and dumb jingles are the real garbage. mind garbage.
do you love it?

andi said...

True story: Ted Buhler would hop trains across America and would always tag the train car with a spray painted Angel Moroni. (He's single, Zina. Naa, I think he has a skin fungus.)

Dainon. said...

Chaplin never looked better. The one I've been seeing lately is a simple "Jesus Knows." Unless you go to the one right by my house, where the graffiti has been changed to say "Rudy Knows." And I always thought it was Bo ...

Cindy said...

I like when they use stencils. There's a pretty one I always see on my jog. This is one of my favorite ones from when I was down in Argentina: pope

ZLB said...

thanks for sharing all your graffiti friends! viva la revolucion!

Andy/Drew/Andrew said...

i served in san juan, lima, peru and it had quite the colorful wall of graffiti. have you seen banksy stuff? google him if not.