Tag Archives: graffiti
A chubby graffiti face whistles her heart after a passerby who effects not to notice.
Someone has added this face to one of the granite bollards along by the side of the bicycle path between the Art Gallery and Artisten, Gothenburg University’s Academy for Music and Drama. In the background you can see the side wall of Gothenburg City Theatre.
On a rock face in the shadows under the trees on the north side of Ramberget, someone has stencilled this white owl.
The Three Giraffes – sorry, The Three Graces – in Keillers Park has been given an eye, eyebrow and half a smiling mouth – so she’s smiling on at least one side of her face. Surely a gracious – or a giraffious smile.
See also Conversation in the Snow from last year.
A graffiti tag on an electricity box in Keillers park looks a lot like a cat (especially when it’s been doctored a little with Photoshop).
NB: I don’t make a habit of using Photoshop tricks on this blog. This is, I think, the first time.