Graffiti Cowboy

Cowboy Graffiti, Photograph by Pablo Perez

Cowboy Graffiti, Photograph by Pablo Perez

Venice Beach has a long history of graffiti and being a artistic playground that inspires spontaneous expression where ever you are. This piece caught my eye because I felt it really captured the perfect metaphor for current Venice culture. The wall washed in beige corrupted by the raw spray of the black paint and cut on the edge by a stark black line. Just below the the spray paint flow is a soft silloutte of a cowboy just below:.  The Venice cowboy. The image is paired by a very clearly written series of letters that spell the city I love.

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  1. Yeah.. uhh.. i asked for the freaking word Cowboy.
    Cause that’s my dogs name & this was gonna help me draw the name in grafitti!
    Thanks ONCE AGAIN!
    ~ &&’i hope you know i’m being sarcastic when i say thanks.
    You guys need to get some new freaking pictures up there !
    BYE NOW !<3

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