Real-life Photoshop: artists repaint graffiti-tagged stuff to look deleted


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/07/13/real-life-photoshop-artists-r.html


#2

Way cool.

Poor (what I think is a) Lada, though. They take so much abuse.


#3

Approved.


#4

My eyes

IT’S TRUMPING MY EYES!


#5

Article says it’s a Moskvitch. Looks like a Moskvitch 412:


#6

Two things;

  1. Why delete graffiti?
  2. It looks a little confusing from every other angle, doesn’t it?
    … cool projection technique though.

I once did something view point specific, but I used a guy pointing at a diagram.
It was kinda’ lame, the way I did that.


#7

I kind of liked before better.


#8

I dunno, that all looks like it could actually increase its value.


#9

That pleases me.


#10

View-dependent “Camera projection,” pleasing crowds for over 100 years


#11

an organic cultural expression sanitized to make it more acceptable to the dominator culture? what website am i on again? smh tbh, fam


#12

To be fair, graffiti has been sanitized for a while now.


#13

Ha! touche.


#14

The risk that your graffiti might get painted over with someone else’s graffiti more or less comes with the territory of the art form.


#15

Just the thing that paranoid “we’re in a simulation” types need to see.

In the movie The Matrix, they should have ignored the deja-cat. The floor was the big tip-off that someone was cutting and pasting.


#16

That’s a fair point well taken.


#17
  1. If you dont approve, just press ⌘Z.

#18

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