Thursday, July 06, 2006

An Artist on the loose

A proficient graffiti artist leaves his mark next to a public washroom, adjacent to the Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain, Trinidad

The man who is responsible for this drawing is considered as an artist says the security attendant who works from a booth close by. The drawing was completed in a couple of hours and is described by the guard of a man in his late thirties. The portrait shows his ability to draw and understand perspective with the figure expressing some sort of verbal speech. He also has a social conscious by scrawling, think about someone else for a change with a sharp nib next to the drawing.

An street artist asked the question for Trinidadians to be less self absorbed and to think of others once in a while, Port of Spain, Trinidad. Note the skill with the rubbing at the nose bridge.

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