Graffiti a collection of topical graffiti. kelly friskics.
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Graffitia collection of topical graffiti.
I came across this first photo
while looking around online. I
think it’s a clever play on the two
words. The artistic quality is not
necessarily in the graphics, but
in the message of the artist’s
view of the government.
This is from Brooklyn, found at this link.
This is a great piece on the
inefficacy of the media. I think
the imagery is both nostalgic
and forceful. This work allows
the viewer to draw from the
benefit of hindsight, and apply it
to the present, posing the
question: if war was spun
before…could it happen again?
Found at the Street Art Workers’ Site: link
I enjoyed this piece because it seems
delicate. I love the way this street
artist incorporates real objects into
his paintings. I think this is a great
reflection on the balance between
natural and manmade, organic and
Work by Banksy (UK). Found at his site: link
I had to put this piece in my
collection because I think it is a great
symbol of our current political
climate. It could be seen as a
political endorsement, or a protest
against the misconceptions of what
the poor really want. I love the witty
play on words, and the creative
layout that makes me realize how
often we pass problems like poverty
as if they were just an image in the
Based on the site that I found this, I assume it is somewhere in the Pacific NW.
This work is where the former
U.S. Embassy was in Iran. It is
has a compelling impact the
moment you see it. This is
painted on a wall outside of
where the hostage crisis took
place almost 30 years ago. I
chose this because the emotions
it evokes are so powerful.