Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist

Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist

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If this isn’t twisted, I don’t know what is. In response to WordPress Photo Challenge: Twist.

31 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist

    1. I have no idea… It’s a piece of graffiti I accidentally came across on a dilapidated building. There was more of it, but some parts were very creepy and preferred not to shoot these.

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          1. It’s good graffiti as long as graffiti can be good ๐Ÿ™‚ But it’s a bit too creepy — I’ll try to find the building again and shoot more of it to show you.

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    1. Yes, this week’s subject was not too easy! My take on the challenge is rather cheap — the prompt gave a piece of graffiti as example, so I went for another graffiti… Not too original. Your take on the prompt is much better, love your love lock ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    1. It struck me as crazy too, and this wasn’t even the weirdest portion of the graffiti — it’s a graffiti I stumbled on, I didn’t make it (and I don’t say this because graffiti is a criminal offence but because I honestly can hardly draw a stick figure…).

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        1. I have no clue what the idea of the graffiti was, but it was quite a large-scale one: a collection of loosely related psychedelic scenes. Quite scary. Here’s another portion of the graffiti I shot: http://instagram.com/p/oGNHTSzMaV/. It’s surprising to me that it aroused such interest, maybe I’ll need to return to the building and shoot some more of it!

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          1. Haha,I didn’t expect that at all! But it has been well done,unlike those artless graffiti we see everywhere.Hmm,I guess Kafka would be proud of his Czech fellows,although I guess he would have loved something darker and more depressing!

            And something happened to me today that is pretty unbelievable.The TV was on and there was a French TV show which spoke about the popularity of graffitis in the country! There is one in France which shows ”I love you” written in nearly every language possible! Even tourists go and pose next to it! And then,the report displayed a graffiti very similar to the one you showed me! (The characters were not the same,but the colours and style definitely were!)
            What a coincidence! (And I’m not inventing things here!) ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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          2. Something even darker and more depressing?! Is that even possible? I admit I don’t like this graffiti too much, but even so I must acknowledge the artistic aspect of it, which is obviously well done.

            It is an interesting documentary that you speak about. We have something similar in Prague, in terms of a piece of graffiti which is frequented by tourists, it’s the Lennon Wall: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lennon_Wall.

            I suppose my graffiti artist could be from the same “school” or “style” as your artist, I’m sure there’s more to graffiti than meets the eye. It’s an interesting coincidence though!!

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    1. Yes, it is indeed food for endless speculation ๐Ÿ™‚ I wonder what the person who did this graffiti was high on… But it’s a mean thing to say. Thank you, as always, for stopping by ๐Ÿ™‚

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