Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Casa delle Culture

The graffitti painted by Croatian artist Daniel Zezelj outside the Casa delle Culture in via Orlandini.

15 comments:

valeria said...

Ciao Rob, ti auguro un bellissimo 2009!

humanobserver said...

striking....thanks for sharing with us....Wishing you a very happy and prosperous new year...

JM said...

The graffiti looks amazing and the composition is awesome!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Curly said...

Nice work!

I hope you don't mind me taking the easy route by copying and pasting this comment, it is by far the easiest method of getting my message to so many CDP photobloggers.
I am not sure that I can sustain South Shields Daily Photo much longer, it is so difficult to keep finding new material on a daily basis,
and after more than two years inspiration and motivation are becoming harder to find, so I may become less daily from time to time.
I hope you can find new hope and inspiration, and that a new start in 2009 brings everything that you desire.
The CDP photoblogging community has grown massively over the past year and I'd like to thank those who have visited South Shields Daily Photo, especially those who have been kind enough to leave a comment or two.
Best wishes for 2008

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Livio said...

Mi piacciono i graffiti, quelli belli si intende, non quegli idioti scarabocchi che firmano un appartenenza a un nulla. Scusami se durante l'anno non sempre ho risposto ai tuoi commenti, molte volte visito il blog senza scrivere nulla, perĂ² sappi che mi piace molto.
Ti auguro un felice e sereno 2009.
Livio

Bolina Stretta said...

foto interessante. quanto dolore e quanta angoscia in quel dipinto. se vuole essere una rappresentazione di tutto il dolore e tutti gli orrori del 2008, da spazzare via, il bersaglio e' centrato in pieno.

Tanti augri a te e famiglia per un decisamente migliore 2009.

Ciao !

Hilda said...

The subject is a little to graphic for my taste, but I do like his style.

Happy New Year, Rob! Wishing you a peaceful and prosperous 2009.

Marc said...

It's not what one usually associates with graffiti, but it is a rather strong kind of artistic expression. And at a seemingly unexpected location. Have a wonderful New Year's Eve!

Mo said...

WOW! Love this artists work.

Julie said...

It is like the crucified-christ as an Iraq victim. Good, strong statement which I hope is not vandalised by someone with a counter-view.

Peace and love to both of you ...

Lynette said...

Portland Oregon Daily Photo sends you heartfelt wishes for the new year. May your 2009 be filled with good health, riches of the mind and heart, loved ones returning home, an increased respect for our fragile planet, and the cessation of wars across the Earth.

magiceye said...

!!!! WISH YOU AND YOURS A SUPER 2009 !!!!

USelaine said...

You have captured this powerful work perfectly in your composition.

mkhansen said...

A very compelling photo of a dramatic work of art. (I couldn't live with this outside my window, though!) Both you and the artist have made nice use of those windows, with their red slats.

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