How about this graffiti! The artist used existing flaws on the side of the building to create this scene.
A lovely evening in Cannaregio
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Hi, Ella and Pitr .. thank you for providing interesting street art.
Look on Google images for Banksy. We’ve seen his work in Brooklyn, New York as well as the UK. I like the maid sweeping rubbish under the wall.
I’ll just do that, Andrew, after a little power nap. This wandering around is good therapy!
Banksy’s work is all over now, in New York, California, Utah, Alabama, New Orleans, Toronto, Detroit, some were in Melbourne, most in London and Bristol.
Brian, he’s quite brilliant, yes? Kinda like B the B!!! 🙂
Drat! There, there, there!
My guess for the rhino is Fondamenta de la Crea.
I think that Banksy’s work is mainly in London, but I have a notion that he hails from Bristol, so maybe there is some stuff ther.
Bert, yes it was just over the bridge, and down the Fondamanta, from the Crea stop. (“There, there, there”, she said in a soothing voice!)
Hi, Bert. Where does Banksy do his work?
Banksy is a ‘street artist’ who has almost given graffiti a good name. His product can be very amusing, satirical, or sarcastic. Maybe even ironic.
That’s not graffiti – that’s amazing art!
Isn’t it terrific, Darlene?
I don’t mind that kind of graffiti!
And love the laundry in my favorite neighborhood.
These are great photos! So funny. “Be Greedy Sometimes” haha
Brian the Bloke, I chuckled when I saw that in the Bennetton window.
Michelle, it is really an artistic piece of graffiti. I wish that was the side of my house.
The graffiti gives Banksy a run for his money. Excellent.
Loved that rhino! You’ll have to tell me where it is so I can add it to my list of things to check out after you get on that plane and are headed back home! Are you sure you really have to go? We are all going to miss your wonderful photos!
Barb, it was near the restaurant where we met Casanova the loving dog the other day!
OK, Andrew, who is Banksy??? And, I found another neat one today, too.
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