FLY ON THE WALL (GRAFFITI)

Just before getting to Calle 28 (Mamita’s), there’s this cool “fly on the wall.” Oh, to be a fly on the wall for just one day…:-)

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artist unknown

31DEC12. Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. Canon 550D-LensEF18-135mm

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CRISP-A-WUMBA

He gets torn down, but he goes up again…

The Banker Trooper on 4th and 10th appears to have been taken down, so two new Banker Troopers have shown up on 4 Norte, a pathway to the beach:

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30DEC12. Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. Canon 550D-Lens FE18-135mm

POLITICAL GRAFFITI IN PLAYA DEL CARMEN 1

The wall is so large that the first two pictures together, show it in its entirety:

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Piece by piece from right to left:

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30DEC12. Playa Del Carmen. Canon 550D,LensEF18-135mm

SEAT UNO, ARGENTINIAN STREET ARTIST: MURAL FOUND IN P.D.C.

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I knew this was special when I came upon it this morning. It’s on the front wall of a hostel here in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. I looked into more about this artist and it turns out he/she is from Argentina and has a flickr account. Here’s a link to more images: http://www.globalstreetart.com/artists/seat-uno-arg

29DEC12. PDC, MX. Canon 550D-LensEF18-135mm

DAY 10: WALKING THE CARMEN

I love to just walk around with my camera dangling around my neck, looking for anything, ANYTHING, that appeals to my eye. My fine eye also seeks street art of any kind:

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The drawings were found on a wall in an abandoned building that looks like it is being torn down.

28DEC12. Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. Canon 550D,LensEF18-135mm