Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda

Life is full of "shoulda, coulda, woulda" (should haves...). Dont you think? For instance last Friday, I should have gone to the "Get out and move" Day with someone that speaks local. That way, I could have asked -via the friend- the meaning behind this graffiti from the artist himself, in which case, I would have been able to explain it to everyone here. I promise the next time, ok

BTW, this was the graffiti competition part of the day.

25 comments:

Curly said...

Great colourful character study here Kris.

Curly's Photoshop

Sarah said...

Cool graffiti! I see a belt, but wonder why he isn't using it. :)

Ame said...

Kris! Very coooooooooool shot! Nice artwork...he did a great job on the curves...quite an artist! Wonder if he knew he was doubling as an underwear model too! LOL! ;-)

maiylah said...

wonderful colors, Krisz!!!
with or with no explanation, this shot already says a lot. :)

Olivier said...

Encore bravo pour l'emplacement de ton copyright.
L'eternel question, le grafitti est-il un art ou pas ?.
Pour avoir vu une expo au musée de brooklyn, la reponse pour moi est oui

backpack_everyday said...

U have an envoius life filled with festives and celebrations.great going....have fun

Kris said...

olivier,
oui, oui naturellement ! personnellement j'aime le graffiti, aussi long qu'au bon endroit :)

ame,
i didnt even notice the undies until i've uploaded the photo!! if only model scouts are reading my blog ...

sarah,
that's machoness!! I THINK!


Thanks everyone for your feedback :)

selana18 said...

Nice work not only for you but for the artist!...lol .
Great colours !

~tanty~ said...

Is the weather still hot there? Nice color and nice shot Kris!

Kate said...

His work is wonderful with such vibrant colours. He really is a great model--where are those underwear folks??

Zsolt72 said...

I have no idea about the meaning..but he is doing great!:)

Jing said...

beautiful photo~~
:)
and i do agree ame..:D
an underwear model??
hee hee...great photo!
...Jing

dutchie said...

Kris, if you didn't do it (you should) how come you were able to take his photo?
Or am i confused because of the shoulds/woulds whatevers?

Shelly said...

I see Paris, I see France, I see a painters underpants! ;D

Jazzy said...

that's a cool photo, it must have been hot that day. like where you put your signature, looks like it's your graffiti hehe.

Felicia said...

Great photo Kris! LOL about the underwear - I've seen worse!

Terra Vecchia said...

trés sympa ton clichés...

Carraol said...

Hi Kris, Great shots & colors. Thanks for visit Mexico City Blog.

Juggerpix said...

I think the meaning of the art work was "I need a new belt".

Very colorful shot of an artist at work!

Louz said...

Very nice photo. Kinda cool to have a graffiti competition instead of people just being mad about it.
The Bear photo is just superb. I love what your're doing with color and b&w in the same photo. Really works in the taxi photo too. Wow!

Kris said...

louz,
true, if they legalise it, i wonder people would still be so mad about it ?

jugger,
lol!! you always impresses me with your clever thought!

carroal,
dont mention it:)

felicia,
yeah those white ones ... :p

Dutchie,
heheh..i should have gone with a local instead of going alone ;)

zsolt,
you have no idea ..whenever i see graffiti, i guess what they mean.

tanty/jazzy,
yup..Indian summer. Cold in early morning then back to summer afternoons . Most people are still in summer wear!

vathsan,
no, you have an envious life! really :)

Kala said...

Calvin Klein would be proud =)

zannnie said...

wonderful colors of the graffiti :)

Quite a SEXY photo too:)

zannnie

Keropok Man said...

Kris, I see you participated in the graffiti too. I see your DP URL right at the bottom of the board! :-)

Gavin Hart said...

Graffiti is one of those things you love to hate. Sometimes it is such a mess and vandalistic. Creating it on this board doesn't do any damage but I think it loses some of its raw wildness that it would otherwise have in an urban gallery of the stuff plastered on walls, fences and buildings. I don't approve of wanton damage by graffiti but it does have an element of feral life about it.

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