This photo was taken along Spring Street in New York, just west of Bowery.
Notice the Chinese characters among the more standard graffiti text.
3D graffiti, I’m not really sure why people are so against it street artists are so very talented and at least it’s never boring. Happy NY & WW
I don’t think I like it. But like Sukhmandir said, some artists out there are very talented.
Nice use of light and perspective in your shot, no matter how you feel about graffiti artists. Happy WW!
I think there are some talented artists, but I still think it is wrong to deface other people’s property.
Great shot. I like graffit in cities.
So does the tag mean you took this on your iPhone? I’m impressed–such great composition on such a camera! I don’t think I’ve ever taken anything close to this good on my iPhone!
Happy last WW of 2009 to all of you at CatSynth! Hope Luna gets tuna to ring in the new year!
On one hand it is a shame to see buildings defaced, but on the other every artist needs their outlet.
This was indeed taken with my iPhone – it’s one of the best photos I have gotten from it!
I agree this is a pretty darned good shot from an iPhone, but you seem to do well with whatever camera you’re using. You do have a way of spotting detail the rest of us might miss…
It looks so beautiful in the picture but of course when you live with it and see it on a daily basis you see it differently!
Happy (early) New Year!
Btw think its so amazing that you can get that with an iPhone!
Hello… great capture first of all.
Happy new year second and most important.
And third… The sight of holding hands you comented…
Was captured In Umeå Sweden on my way home from work, printed on the sideroad.
This is a great shot!!!
Happy New Year to you!
A very engaging photo catsynth. Wishing you a happy new year!
That is a good picture, esp. taken from iphone.
If there was a place where people can go and ‘express’ their artistic creativity. This way, there’s less chance of graffiti.
Wishing you the Happiest of New Years!
The phone did pretty well.
Great capture! I have to agree with Sukhmandir, these are the talents that are not very much appreciated.
Happy New Year!
Life’s Tricky Situations
Take a coffee break…
The building still looks dignified, even though it’s been graffiti-ed. Good shot!
I love it. I love the grit of graffiti.
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM uSSSSS!!!!!
Haha, I was going to point out how much some of the graffiti seemed to have devolved into a near-Chinese script, and then I saw the comment noting it’s real. Apparently I’m equally unable to read either! Entertaining pic.
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