Post script: Street art

I had found a few more examples of the graffiti done on paper  and stuck to walls, including these:

This one was a picture frame, and invited you to send your photo, in the frame, to the email address shown

I sent a message to this address, and found that they are a pair of street artists from France.

Here are links to more of their art, and also photos of people who responded to their request.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ella_pitr/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ellapitrbackgrounds/

I hope you can find some of the art, the next time you’re walking, exploring in Venice.

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6 responses to “Post script: Street art

  1. AliDa

    Is that my white shirt you’re wearing???

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    • Well, if we’re going to discuss ownership … it was given to me by such a nice woman. Was that you? And, just because you got all interested in it again when I changed the buttons, doesn’t mean you can have it back. (Nyah, nyah.)

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  2. Hi, M Yes, imagine facing those houses that were flooded .. very heart breaking.

    Believe it or not, I’ve got my next flight and apartment booked.

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  3. Melissa

    Hi Yvonne, My Lord, 7 weeks goes incredibly fast! Hope you had the time of your life, very much enjoying all the pics from your adventures. Liam and I can’t wait to return.

    Hope your house is all in order following Mother Nature’s tirade during your absence.

    M x

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    • When you’re waiting, 7 weeks has the feet of a turtle, once you’re there, the 7 weeks become more like a gazelle!

      The house smelled so badly of the dreaded mould, not a smell that would sell!

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      • Melissa

        Isn’t that always the way? Time flies when you’re having fun!

        Ah, yes, the dreaded damp smell, only just got rid of it myself! Now the sun is shining and there is a bit of wind around I have opened up the whole house to give it a good air.

        I can only imagine those poor buggers that had water through their homes, it’ll take a long time for them to get their homes back to a liveable state, some never will!

        So, when do you return to your holiday home in Venezia?

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