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Discussion in 'Stafford Chat' started by homes and lines, Sep 26, 2020.
The cone still there?
I was about to change the "typo" in the thread title, before I realised it's a deliberate portmanteau!
The one on the Bird had a few words added to it to read "we carnt breath or spell either....."
Alas it was painted over last night and is no more.
Vandalism, sheer vandalism. Philistines!
I do know the person who was painting over this exquisite work of art as I walked past and severely berated him for his actions but he was unrepentant and said he had nothing else to do because the Bird was closed due to a power failure at the time and just carried with his cream coloured paint.
Utter disgrace in my opinion.
Was he able to cope with the job..?
No but he's very good at painting new castles.
Ah yes, he could Cope with a kitchen fire a while ago, and he's surely not forgotten to pay his electric bills.
It's what keeps them coming back.
Nice use of mosaic.
'But you can call me Jennifer'
Is this Stafford's East Side Gallery?
It doesn't quite have the same feel, to that in Berlin.
Fascinating. The ABC 'Creartivity' has a touch of the Art Nouveau swirl about it - reminds me of the Arnold Bocklin type font.
Looks like something you'd find in a modern art gallery, such as the Tate.
Bags of varying sizes is the theme, a collaboration.
'The Poo Bags'
Load of crap
Phillistines! It’s actually a Damien Hirst installation entitled ‘Dysplastic Vision of Austere Intensity’ and recently sold to a private collector for an undisclosed sum believed to be in excess of £3.5 million.
You mean Gavin Turk presumably?
Philistine only has one l as well.
'The Odd Collection'