Wednesday, January 7
Street Art In A Cornish Town
A simple off subject post today. I saw these examples of street art in my local town in Cornwall and their simplicity appealed to me.
I guess the artwork above shows a Cornish tin miner, but to the right there appears to be soldiers perhaps from World War I.
Below the mother and child are crying tears of blood, maybe associated with the loss of life.
And the third: gardening? allotments? The women or girls are wearing ties - associated with some sort of uniform?
Whatever the interpretation they brighten a dismal wall and, with a bit of luck, us too.
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