Thursday, 22 September 2011

Song without words

15 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Love it!

Rae Walter said...

A fascinating capture Julie.

Speedway said...

A large black rectangle with a picture of a glum naked man pasted on, and wearing a traffic cone. Nobody paid attention but you, or this oddity would never have been recorded.

Joan Elizabeth said...

What hoot. Made me laugh as I chug my way to the city on the train.

Dianne said...

It's amazing what we notice when we have a camera in tow - made me smile!

Ann said...

Whatis that all about.

Bob Crowe said...

I love it. Powerful street art in a medium other than graffiti. Is the message at the bottom suggesting that you sent a text message to a particular phone number? Is this man advertising certain services?

Julie said...

*grin*
Yes, I suspect the poster was advertising certain services. And yes, one could jump to the conclusion that the chap walking past was fumbling for his phone.

Peter said...

love the glance, exquisite.

Mark said...

The seedy grimy side of life in the big smoke, miss it so much.

brattcat said...

a fascinatin' little ditty, julie; you draw us in and ask us to compose the story.

Steffe said...

Fun scene.

Thérèse said...

For us to compose...

JM said...

Isn't this part of the Inside Out Project? http://www.insideoutproject.net/

Julie said...

You could very well be right, Jose. I did not know of this project. However, having scrolled through the portraits online, especially the ones that are pasted up in the real world, I suspect you are right. In which case, I know of a few other portraits around my city which could easily be part of the same project.

Thank you for this extra information.