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4d424b9b586d1e66538528a74e9d0dad.jpg 347×480 pixels  This piece clearly juxtaposes the common sights among the homeless with what appears to be a wealthy person who is dogged by her own addictions

Greed by Jennifer Yoswa, sold. This is the last week of Jennifer's Seven Deadly Sins show.

I prefer this image over the one that the cast recording presents, which is Hamilton and Eliza standing side by side. Alex's grief and Eliza's crumbling stoicism is better presented like this.

If you see them in the street, walking by themselves, talking by themselves have pity. They are going through the unimaginable.

“Ceramic Speaks in the Street” is a series of street art by Russian artist Daria Makarenko where missing bricks or stones on a wall or panels absent from pavement are replaced by bricks/stones/slabs with thoughts and phrases. The idea was to take an architectural item from an urban space and replace it with something thought provoking that can communicate between the artist and the viewer.

Ceramic Speaks in the Street by Daria Makarenko

Street art by Russian artist Daria Makarenko — missing bricks or stones on wall or pavement are replaced by bricks/stones/slabs with thought provoking phrase.

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