Graffiti Frida Kahlo: 2.10.21

Reminds me of Lascaux or

The columns on the building where this Yellow Bull appeared, keep changing “style” every several months or so. I never see quite the same paintings on them. They are clearly decorated with the approval of the museum, whose entrance is to the right. The stampeding bull on the ground, how that happened, I have no idea. It seems to “go” with the rest, but in this State of New Mexico, you never know. This is the home of some of the world’s most amazing petroglyphs. So wall paintings, wall scratchings, or wall adornments of any variety are just part of the ancient zeitgeist of this place. And they are not only tolerated, they are expected!

And then of course there’s Frida, an enormous mural from the art museum in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She was gorgeous in the bright sunshine.

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Photography of: Santa Fe New Mexico, Urban Art, Graffiti, B&W and BIG COLOR. I'm a graphic designer, skier, motorcyclist, mountain-biker, grounds-keeper and always THE chief cook & bottle washer. (My 2 other sites: fotograffiti.zone and inlivingcolor.photos.)

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