Old Gold

Graf Art and Street Art & Murals were around for awhile before I clued in.

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Quite often I find untagged pieces 10 years or older.

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Paint peeling, colors fading and  bricks flaking, they reveal recent urban histories.

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I admit I enhanced this one.

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I believe it’s worth documenting.

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So begins my “Old Gold” series of Bits, Pieces and Murals that exceed a decade.

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Pics taken by Resa, on November 11, 2012

Toronto, Canada

16 thoughts on “Old Gold

      1. It is quite possible.
        I was in Palenque many years ago and saw a stone like this. I’m sure I can find a pic in my archives somewhere, but it was before I had a digital camera so it will be on a slide.

  1. I think the owner of this wall would love the artist to return, if only to be able to refresh his / her property but what a super looking piece of art, it is easy to see why it has been left there for all to admire 🙂

    Andro

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