I cut this artist some slack, as he painted this on seriously rough stucco wall. Below is the poster the painting is a rendition of. There are many Bullitt posters, but I didn’t see the exact one the artist painted.
You can buy various size repros of the poster, starting at $25.00. However, I saw an original (1968 – mint condition) theatre size poster for sale in the U.K. £4,500.00.
MANY say the car chase in Bullitt is the greatest car chase ever filmed. I agree. It’s real. No CGI! Steve McQueen was credited with the driving during the chase sequence. Actually it was shared with Bud Ekins, one of Hollywood’s best stunt drivers.
The chase kicks in at 3 minutes, but dial it back to the beginning for the full effect of this 10 minute masterpiece.
In 2020, the green Mustang sold at auction for 3.4 million dollars.
“Year of the Dog begins on February 16, 2018 & ends on February 4, 2019.”
“So, let me introduce this stunning white graffiti dog I met in Graffiti Alley in Toronto.”
“Ah, beauty, thy name is dog! Did I mention dogs LOVE to go to the park with their humans.”
“Many Graffiti dogs, like this St. Bernard, live in the alleys.”
“Some like me, are rescue dogs. (Thank you mommy! ❤️🎵❤️.) The poor little thing below was rescued by Resa’s friend. Buddy was kept in 1 room, never had baths, never went to the park & lived in his own filth.”
“Buddy lives with Resa’s friend now. He goes to the park, gets baths & love.”
‘There is no Year Of The Human. When I see dogs like Buddy (and me before Marina found me) I know why.”
“However, I do wish there was The Year of the Mommies and Daddies Who Love Dogs, Mommies like Marina….. & Belén, where as you can see, there is no shortage of love.”
“Some dogs bay at the moon, even if they are painted & live in the alley.”
“Many graffiti dogs have gone into modelling and advertising.”
“Did I mention dogs like to go to the park?”
“Before I forget, I’d like to show you more pics of Ruty and Clay. Some are from when they were puppies.”
“So, While I’m being a good Hera waiting for Marina to take me to the park,”