and so to Digbeth where there is a street art trail. I hope you like art/graffiti as there is quite a lot of it :)
17 May 2019 7:46am
17 May 2019 9:36am
This looks great!
17 May 2019 10:01am
I prefer the door Grouser..I dislike disfiguring walls even if it is art of high quality..I personally that Art should be restricted to galleries :))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
17 May 2019 11:03am
@Devi: I'm afraid you are going to see a lot more here over the coming days. :) I disagree with you about disfiguring walls. This particular part of Birmingham is very run down and neglected and the street art gives the area a much needed lift. I suspect it will be short term as unless the economy collapses, the whole area will be redeveloped fairly soon
I do love good street art. You have captured this one in such an appealing way
17 May 2019 11:44am
17 May 2019 11:54am
Superb with your composition with the door .
17 May 2019 1:09pm
17 May 2019 4:00pm
I think a little "Audrey Hepburn"
17 May 2019 4:15pm
Wow, this is way too cool got a love it
17 May 2019 6:56pm
Excellent street art.
17 May 2019 7:26pm
I enjoyed your image but I don't like graffiti in my neighborhood. I have to learn what you said in your reply to Devi.
17 May 2019 10:24pm
This is magnificent. I love the colors! A nice piece of artwork. The street art in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami transformed the place from a rundown warehouse district to an art destination with restaurants and coffee shops and galleries.
17 May 2019 11:08pm
This seems to have taken off big time in cities around the world. I am all for graffiti that is artful rather than the common scribbles you often see just because someone has unfulfilled ego and is bored. This is a fine example of interesting artistic work.
17 May 2019 11:42pm
the art on brick leads to points of disparity
18 May 2019 1:42am
@Harry: Personally I like the brick pattern coming through, though it makes the painting more challenging as I know from personal experience
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