Sunday, January 11, 2009


Rachel at Cornflower Blue did a quick post on graffiti as art and it made me think about some graffiti I saw in Bisbee last year. I like graffiti that has a meaningful message like this:
If you can't read it it says:

"When the rivers
all run dry
The oceans go bare
and die
You can kill the forest
to build your castles in the sky
But can you eat money?"

Unfortunately, when I went back to Bisbee this year, the piece has been covered over with some gang tagging...the kind of graffiti I despise.

Then today on a walk downtown, I happened upon this stencil art:

I'm not sure whether it has a deeper meaning, but it did make me smile :)

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