More streetart .
Perhaps it has been here for some time, but I have not noticed it before I passed it on my bike.
Stavanger is the fourth biggest city in Norway. It is situated on the southwest coast. My aim is to try to capture something from every day, from the area nearby too, and when I am not at home I will still try to put up a photo from my archive. Welcome back for another look.
I wonder what on earth it means? And I also wonder what purpose it serves.
I quite like the form of it, and the presentation of it, but any meaning that I try to give to it makes me quite uncomfortable.
Firstly, it appears to be a representation of Hitler. Hitler growing out of the earth, which i can accept. However, Hitler as a flower, when a flower represents beauty, I find a challenge. But a Hitler who accuses passers-by of being conformists ... The assumption is that being a conformist is not good. Hitler was not a conformist. Therefore, Hitler was good.
That is how this piece of graffit unravells itself to me. And I do not agree with that.
As a talking point ... as a provocation to thought ... maybe it serves a purpose.
I am just as confused as Julie . . .
Hmmm. A face I don't like seeing.
Signé "Jozef" (Staline ?)
I think Julie has a point here, this graffiti is a bit unnerving... Maybe this what exactly what the artist was looking for!
This is quite a strange message.
Does make sense to the artist who did it. But not much to me, I'm afraid. But... I like it!
Looks like Adolf to me. It's a bit controversial of course, but as street art I kinda like this one.
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