Thursday, December 30, 2010

The Writing on the Wall

photos by Tamás Fehér

I thought about trying to give a detailed description and commentary on this photo, but I think it really speaks for itself.

Anybody out there want to give your best translation?

7 comments:

Sean said...

Yes. It means "Thomas 6" is an @#%$@HOLE.

staff said...

Not really, "Thomas you are the most beautiful cuttlefish". Obviously it's a slang but nothing negative or offensive!
Nereo

Tamás said...

Sean probably means that all grafitti "artists" should be led around the city in chains and forced to wipe off their creations, then fined for a big sum of money.

Gondola Greg said...

Personally, I think SOME grafitti artists should be treated like criminals - the ones who give no respect to property and treat their "art" as a sort of territorial pissing. Then there are ones who are true artists. Their works could be described as an improvement. The one featured in this post doesn't really meet that description, but the stick-figures cracked me up.
Thanks, Nereo, for your help in translation.

Bepi Venexiano said...

La seppa loves bella. The pictures on the right are clear, alone, boy and girl stick figures are sad, when added together they are happy. How about a post on stupid things guys do to attract a mate.

Tamás said...

> How about a post on stupid things guys do to attract a mate.

Isn't that what the gondola industry is about, essentially?

staff said...

"Personally, I think SOME grafitti artists should be treated like criminals - the ones who give no respect to property and treat their "art" as a sort of territorial pissing"
I agree with you Greg. The respect to property a sign of civilization.
Nereo