Casa Batllo in black and white
Hooray today is chill out Saturday!
For the third of my Street Art series, I’m in . . . any guesses?
I really like the colours of this one.
For number two of my occasional street art post, I’m in Warsaw. With apologies to the artist, this work reminds me of those colouring books for adults, does it you?
And is it art or graffiti?
Graffiti writing and street art are often confused with one another. Both are subversive art movements where work is displayed in public rather than a gallery setting. While graffiti artists place their work in public, . . .
Maybe this work isn’t finished, perhaps by now it’s in full colour.
Graffiti writing and street art are often confused with one another. Both are subversive art movements where work is displayed in public rather than a gallery setting. While graffiti artists place their work in public, generally speaking they are not interested in the public understanding their work; they want to speak to other graffiti artists. Street artists want everyone to view and be engaged by their work. They are trying to make a statement. Graffiti writing and street art are closely related contemporary art movements, however, they differ in terms of technique, function and intent
I’ve decided to do an occasional post of street art, so the quote is for anyone who is uncertain of the difference. Like many of you, I love street art and find some graffiti interesting.
I’m kicking off with this on from the trendy Cour Julien and I’d love to know your feelings about street art.
It seems I amused Becky yesterday with my Pinktember name 🙂
I couldn’t resist another mask from Widsith and Deor today, she’s bit more cheerful than the last one I posted, perhaps she’s feeling a bit more in the pink. I wish I was, but today is my first day back to work and I’m dreading the number of emails I’ll have to deal with!
Becky has some Portuguese pink flowers today. Happy Monday everyone 🙂
At first I thought that Paula had come up with a difficult challenge this week, but then I remembered how relaxed she is about how we interpret things. So, this is my entry for Lost in Details. She has a striking, bright image of . . . well you guess!
I think there are a few details to get lost in here, what do you think? Perhaps you’ll join in this week.
Tucked away in a back street , behind the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, in Barcelona, I found this striking sculpture. I don’t remember there being any information, so I have no idea who created it, I just like it!
A sort of sparkly, circular spiral in my square for Becky.