If only more street art looked like this instead of those rusted tags that every teenager seems to scribble on the back of buildings in my area. How long does something like this usually take from start to finish?
I know what are saying, there is a country park near me and them little shits tag all the signs everything, even when I was young I never did stuff like that, along train lines and graffiti halls of fame where it belonged
hi there, this was done in 7 hours in the sun the police are OK with this wall because it is on private property, back in the 1980's I did get into some trouble and did over 300 hours community service! BAD TIMES
I seems to get a good response apart from someone calling the police! that was funny, they came around the corner with doors flying open to find two guys painting who are both over 30 ipod playing old skool hip hop and about 50 cans of paint on the floor! serious no joke!
So did you get in trouble or did they consider it art and let you guys get on with your work? I often wonder this when I see great street art. How do those artists finish their works without getting arrested?
Now THIS is a real R.E.D. ... looks really professional, the colors, liles and shades. Better than some comics I've read This is bringing thought up to my mind ... is Hulk even able to get old [physically, of course he will age]? I mean, since grey hair, wrinkles and so on are signs of physical weaknesses due to decreasing regenerating healing and cell-proliferating abilities at the one side, and the Hulk seems to possess limitless strength and more healing power than he needs at the other hand ... can the Hulk grow old? Anyway, like I say; really good picture. Greets.