This photo represents the ability to be free. It shows the man dreaming or thinking about what he can blossom into one day. He has the ability to fly anywhere he wants in this world, but only if he tries.
street art - we all wish we could do this.well fly, not turn into a bird.
In stead of thinking about how our life is meaningless there are some who choose freedom. They believe in freewill and that they choose their own destiny. This picture shows freedom and that they will choose their fate.
Street artist Mogul is based in Stockholm , Sweden and has been creating a series of Banksy like stencils putting up to bypassers social and political .
MOGUL - I Support Street Art- This street artist named Mogul is based in Stockholm, Sweden and draws inspiration from the artist Banksy. His street art is often known to have words representing an injustice or a misconception.
Lies and politics
Street art from Sweden by Mogul. Related posts:Street installations by Mark JenkinsMiniature Buildings - Street art by EvolTimeline - Graffiti and digital art by Telmo PieperArtworks by Bartek SwiateckiUrban Art by angel 41
Graffiti by Bansky, one of the coolest street artists More
Wouldn't this be great for a runner down the wedding aisle or cute indoor outdoor carpet? Take a plastic lace tablecloth and spray paint it on lengths of colored fabric or burlap. Repeat for the length of the runner.
Bansky Paints the Queen as David Bowie’s “Aladdin. - Bansky Paints the Queen as David Bowie’s “Aladdin Sane” Cover “ Banksy is back with a jubilee version of the Queen as Bowie’s “Aladdin Sane cover” This time Bristol got the honour of Bansky.