Thursday, October 13, 2011

Infidelity does not consist in believing, or in disbelieving, it consists in professing to believe what he does not believe.


Indeed. Brisbane Street, Hobart. October 2011.

Stencilled graffiti: acceptable or cop out?

For the record, I like the good ones, but decreasingly so if they become too ubiquitous. Simpler is better.

While I'm not anti-politically-charged graffiti in any way, I am anti-stupidity and often the lines are blurred. I'm more a subtle/ whimsy kind of fellow...

Also, although this post has very little to do with FISH, I suspect that Theme Thursday might be back!

3 comments:

Mrsupole said...

Hi Kris,

I guess one could always say that Holmes was always fishing for the answers.

I too am not sure if that would be considered acceptable or not, but it is cool.

A teenager I know got mad at her parents and did graffiti on her bedroom wall. It actually was very beautiful and was a shame it had to be painted over. Sometimes out of anger can come such beauty. But it would have been better if she had used a canvas and it had been saved.

I do hope TT is back and I will do my best to keep it going. Thanks for coming back.

God bless.

Brian Miller said...

nice to see you again kris...hope that mrsu does get TT back and as lively as it once was...

i am rather fond of well done graffiti simpler is better....

Kris said...

Mrsupole, the prepost makes it a bit easier for us down under!

Brian, let's see what we can do.