This Week in Graffiti (#1)
After posting one blog entry so far in 2017 I’ve decided maybe I should focus more on quantity over quality. Of course, whether quality has ever been a factor in any of my posts is open for debate–just barely.
“This Week in Graffiti” will be a new feature to the blog. I like it because I don’t have to write jack squat, which is probably best for everyone.
This week’s work focuses mainly on the upcoming independence referendum. The referendum vote is shaping up to be one of the greatest clusterfucks in the history of Spain. I cannot wait for October 1 to arrive. It’s going to be a circus. I will write about it soon.
Now let’s take a look at the graffiti. For convenience, I provided translations for those who have forgotten their high school Catalan and Spanish.
Let’s start with the featured image.
This is an outstanding example of pro-secession propaganda.
This is an outstanding example of anti-secession propaganda.
I had a difficult time with this translation due to the sloppy handwriting. I think the translation is fairly accurate, but tomorrow I’m going to ask some of my neighbors what they think.
The beer on top was mine. I hope I didn’t ruin the artist’s intent by placing it there.
14 Responses to “This Week in Graffiti (#1)”
Oh, Nicky, you always bring a smile to my face.
Pam, I promise you this man is referring to my blog entries.
Muy bueno Nick!…100% great quality too!
Hola guapa. Eres la prueba de que tengo al menos un amiga en Barcelona!
LOVE IT, and looking forward to the quantity!!
I’ll have to post quickly before the Spanish government cuts off my internet service.
Loose translations are for Loosers!
Like a moth to a flame.
Jesus, could your life get any shallower?
Welcome back from the dead. The quantity concept gives me something to look forward to a bit more often. Thanks.
But for me, quantity means a post every four months instead of every six.
Kyle and I thought you might be dead.
Ha. You two should be so lucky. Ask Kyle when he and his friends are coming to BCN to trash this house. And tell him we no longer have cats, so his bed is safe.
Thanks for stopping by.