Weekly Photo Challenge: Masterpiece

“We seem to be made to suffer. It’s our lot in life.” -C3P0

Stencil art in the graffiti culture is particularly interesting to me. I love its ability to convey the artists message to a wide audience. The Masterpiece is in the eye of the beholder. The vibrant colors, and rebellious attitude of Street Art is my style of Masterpiece. This art form is virtually unrewarding in any monetary fashion to most of the artists, and to me is one of the most raw forms of artistic expression in contemporary society.

Money is not the sole reason for the creation of these masterpieces. I admire that. The subculture of Graffiti that is stencil art has grown in popularity over the years. The amazing capabilities of modern technology are linking the artists via social communities on the internet. These temporary works live on through images broadcast through social media sites like Flickr, Instagram, Facebook, and the blogosphere. A skillfully created stencil is always going to catch my eye. Although the practice is considered illegal, I believe these masterpieces have a place in the urban landscape.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Masterpiece

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Masterpiece

  1. These two are iconic, how anyone could object to them is beyond me.
    They plaster religious symbolism all over the place, do they not, and the cross is an instrument of torture.
    Besides, these are not the droids the police are looking for, right? Lol!
    Nice post.

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