LIVING WITH GRAFFITI
by the Webists

An online exhibition by Truly Virtual Web Art Museum
sprayed online:: April 2007

WARNING   -   Images submitted from public places from around the world have not been
edited or censored. This exhibit includes vulgarity, nudity, and imagery and scrawlings that 
may be offensive to some adults and is definitely not appropriate for minors -even if the
 graffiti  exist in real life in the public places of the world.

 

 

Photographed by Pamela Keener, Denver, Colorado, USA

 

 

 

Photographed by Pamela Keener, Denver, Colorado, USA

 

 

 

Photographed by Pamela Keener, Denver, Colorado, USA

 

 

Photographed by Pamela Keener, Denver, Colorado, USA

 

 

 

Photographed by Pamela Keener, Denver, Colorado, USA

 

 

 

Photographed by Pamela Keener, Denver, Colorado, USA

 

 

 

Photographed by Pamela Keener, Denver, Colorado, USA

 

 

 

Photographed by Pamela Keener, Denver, Colorado, USA

 

 

 

Photographed by Pamela Keener, Denver, Colorado, USA

 

Ones on the dark background of musicians are all on
the same warehouse just north of downtown Denver, 23rd and Welton
Sts....The others are in and around downtown Denver.   The scary faces 
and the  angel, are off Colfax Avenue in Denver.  Also near Downtown.

 

 

Frank's Beauty Salon building gets tagged, central Honolulu, 2007

 

 

 

All commuters from the East Honolulu suburbs pass dozens of overpasses that look similiar to this. Residents complain in newspaper editorials about the paint over eyesore.  There is no effort to match the paint to concrete.  But nothing ever changes, there is absolutely no response from local government.  Guess the Mayor ain't an artist or is blind.  The streets of Honolulu are starting to look like any other big city slum.

 

 

 

More beautiful "scenery" driving in Honolulu.  Lucky we live in "Paradise!"  By the way, behind the bushes on the left, there's been a tent with a homeless person in it for weeks.

 

 

 

Graffiti in hotel garage, Vienna  - photo by Pygoya, Hawaii

 

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