Ann Graf – Shoots Graf

Ann (Ann Graphics) from Milwaukee, Wisconsin took these pics!
Artist: Michael Cerda - Photo © Ann Graf
Photo © Ann Graf
This is part of a mural/murals near 12th and National by TRUE Skool, a hip hop arts school in Milwaukee.
True Skool #3
Photo © Ann Graf

The characters were done by Michael Cerda, a Milwaukee graphic designer.

True Skool #4
Photo © Ann Graf
Artist: Michael Cerda - Photo © Ann Graf
Photo © Ann Graf
Artist: Michael Cerda - Photo © Ann Graf
Photo © Ann Graf
Photo © Ann Graf
Photo © Ann Graf

You can also visit Ann’s Work on Instagram

Artist: Michael Cerda - Photo © Ann Graf
Photo © Ann Graf
Artist: Michael Cerda - Photo © Ann Graf
Photo © Ann Graf

  Pics taken by  Ann Graf –  2016

Miluawkee, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

⭐ THANK YOU Ann ! ⭐

Artist: Michael Cerda - Photo © Ann Graf
Photo © Ann Graf

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26 thoughts on “Ann Graf – Shoots Graf

  1. For me, the opening pic didn’t set the stage for the others … but I don’t say that in a bad way – simply meaning it seems out of place with the others … On the other hand, the part with the kid holding the pencil made me laugh.

    BTW – The reason your ears itched a short time ago is because I mentioned you in a comment on Marina’s latest post. … of course it was good!

    1. I think that part was around the corner, though now I can’t remember for sure. True Skool has a number of murals around town – I love what they do with urban youth. 🙂

      1. nannus

        I think this is a depiction of the Aztec deity Quezalcoatl, the “feathered serpent”. The Maya have such a deity too, called Kukulkan, but this one is Atzec, since the round thing it is wound around is the central part of what is known as the “Sun stone”, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aztec_calendar_stone (the original is in Mexico City, some other museums have replicas, I know one from Hamburg, for example).

        1. Very neat! I was in Palenque, (Mayan) many years ago. One of the temples/ tombs had a stone that was a big attraction. They called it the Palenque stone. I remember staring at it in a small space in almost total darkness.

          1. nannus

            That is another famous work. As far as I remember, it depicts a king who had died, and a stylized maiz plant. But I am no expert on this stuff.

  2. The artwork certainly brightens up an otherwise dull building, Resa. I too love the stairways in the first image. Also the boy with his ‘art supplies’ in the second… Very sweet. 😀

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