Monday, 6 August 2012

Tivoli #1

we are visible

Street Art Graffiti Project at the Tivoli Theatre on James Street S
bringing attention to the homeless in the city
mural by Kedre Browne (BUBZ)

6 comments:

Oakland Daily Photo said...
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Andy said...

Strange but interesting.

hamilton said...

I am not sure if you meant to delete your comment...?


The mural is made all the more poignant by the presence of someone's kit at the top of the stairs. Hope the awareness campaign brings some services to those who need it. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

Dyanna said...

The mural characters remind me of ghosts. Makes me wonder if the artist was trying to say that the homeless population is often invisible to the city's other inhabitants? I found it moving and memorable. Thanks!

La Principessa Errante said...

We are visible, great comment, and yet I am with Andy, I am having a disconnect between the saying and the creatures. Great capture though.

Lowell said...

I agree with Dyanna. The ghost thing makes sense - invisibility is the ability to ignore the needs of others...if you can't see 'em, don't worry about 'em...