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Sunday, April 2, 2006

Street Artist IX: Barcelona Graffiti

Street Artist IX: Barcelona Graffiti


Signed by street artist Peri-Kain (I don´t want to infringe copyrights) this graffiti can be seen on the walls of a small alley inside shopping mall La Maquinista, a big commercial area near Sta. Coloma de Gramanet in the outskirts of the city. To my surprise Nicola from Wiesbaden, Germany, another member of the Citydailyphoto Family had already published a photo about this type of urban art today. As I took the picture this morning and I had my mind made up I decided to post it anyway and give her my today's "recommended link" thus reinforcing our common topic. By the way the image this time is no digital art trick, I only used more shadows to avoid reflection on hair on the right and a little touch of color temperature.

Recommended Link to a Dailyphoto friend Wiesbaden (Germany) by Nicola

10 comments:

  1. Hi Carlos! This graffiti really looks like a painting - amazing how detailed it is! Thanks for your recommmended link today!!

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  2. As I posted to Nicola ... serendipity.

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  3. Great !! Absolutely fabulous. I love. You captured it really well through your lenses. Can we expect more Barcelona graffiti pictures in the future ?

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  4. awesome artwork--love it!

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  5. Nicola from Wiesbaden, Germany: You are welcome. It seems that luggi had a graffiti photo too. I thought for a moment that I had not checked all the pictures and there could be some other similar ones but I dismissed the the idea.
    Luggi from LA: Oh my friend luggi I am really sorry. I had you linked the other day but I could have thought of some combined link or mention. Next time.
    Hello Marieta from South Africa, nice to have you here and for your comment.
    Karine: I have two or three more pictures about graffiti. But I promise I will take more. However I prefer to change topics from one post to another. I will raise the issue again soon.

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  6. very nice! how large is the actual work?

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  7. Hello edwin. In fact it is about one meter wider and longer. And the wall has other graffitis. But I liked the realism of the face and the volume of the letters.

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  8. This is a gorgeous picture!
    The woman looks life-like!

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  9. Beautiful woman, fascinating graffiti, great photo!

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