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I realized after I shot these four images that the faces had similar characteristics and they were all tagged “P.S” and were likely done by the same street artist. Their creator favors funky, angular faces and there’s definitely a certain style going on with these.
These photos are so amazing! So much artistic talent on display. 😎💕👌🏻😌
It’s great when art is part of the landscape.
These are quite something – a very talented artist. 🙂
I have seen a LOT worse modern art selling for millions on some of our art TV programmes on BBC4! Some of these street artists have tremendous talent.
Me too! Partly why I don’t take “high art” too seriously, though there’s lots to like there with some of it.
Very cool !
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I wonder if the first three are variations of self-portrait. Also, I’d be interested in seeing them in their larger context to see what impact they have from that perspective.
Liz, spot on about the possibility of these as self-portraits. On how they relate to the immediate area, I often debate when composing a photo image of street art whether to do a tight shot or display its surroundings.
I more often go for the former to highlight the artist’s work but I too wonder when doing so if some aspect of the piece is lost.
He’s not concerned with making the pictures “pretty” at all. I’m thinking of the yellow tooth and the red eye in the first one. Very talented artist though.
I liked the two different color eyes in the first one.
It sure gets me thinking and wondering what is going on in the picture. That’s what I meant by not particularly “pretty” – not in the usual way. It’s unexpected and you have to wonder what the artist was thinking and trying to convey.
Anneli, definitely agree!
Great detail in these pieces
,the detail is amazing – portraits showcase talent
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