Monday, 25 April 2011

Return

This is a first for me!


Today, I went back to a place that I have already been too and photographed. I couldn't get everything I wanted last time due to cars parked in the way, So I went back again, and although there were cars, again, I managed to get some more shots.


I might even have to go back again to get the rest!


I wish that street artists would leave a title of there work so we can all try and understand what they were trying to capture. I would call this one 'Boom, Headshot' if I had to pick a name. Gotta say, this style is pretty awesome, and the colours are very bright. 

Times like these I wish I could read the writing as well, All I can see is a little blue guy hugging a purple thing, But they are probably 2 letters!



I don't even know what to write about this one. A picture paints 1000 words so you can interpret this however way you like. But its one of the most confusing, amazing and all around awesome pieces of art that I have ever seen.


Sadly, this is all I could take this time, as there were again, more cars that were getting in the way of all the other walls. But I took a picture of the entire building so you can see all the work from this blog entry and my previous entry from last week. 

I'll try and get the rest at night some time and show you the other 2 remaining graffiti pieces then.


The painting on the far left that is half cut out is the tag from the image above. For scale, This building is ~3 storeys high, so each of these pieces are fairly big.

These pictures were taken again from behind a Bridgestone tyre warehouse, the same as last week.

And again guys, dont forget to vote for me HERE if you like my work.


Until next time my friends,


ZAKEYY OUT

27 comments:

  1. Great! So, what Camera did you use for those?

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  2. really like the second one, its different ive never really seen anything like it. nice post ill be following i like this blog alot

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  3. @Bloggerbuddy, Judging by your blog, your not gonna like this:P

    But I use a Nikon D3100 for my shots :D

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  4. Pretty cool shots man.
    I think that night time is going to have to be the answer, since theres ALWAYS cars around that place :P

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  5. Wow, the layout/heading content is actually really good. Nice work man

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  6. Loved all those shots, thanks for posting!

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  7. The second one is seriously awesome. I'll be following your blog!

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  8. Love the 2nd one, I haven't seen anything remotely close to that around here. Sad really.

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  9. Street art is the only pure art left. a3

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  10. Nice works, I don't see stuff like that where I live

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  11. That is cool, I wonder how long they took.

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  12. nice.. i should try a bit of this around my area..

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  13. Awesome post man! Keep up this great blogging work!

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  14. Wow, fantastic blog. followed.

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  15. I've always loved street art, it's always so creative and amazing, looking forward to more stuff from you.

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  16. I like the rebellious nature of urban art and the risk that goes with it

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  17. amazing pictures, amazing blog! thanks

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  18. Those are pretty damn cool. Good job

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  19. nice love the shots man

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  20. something about that second one.... lots of thought went into it

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  21. nice stuff here will follow you. look at my blog also some urban artists in there ;)

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