This rather dated ad was glued to a wall in the lovely Lower East Side, Manhattan.
Once upon a time it was a real ad I guess. Today it´s more of street art. Goran
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point-blank (94) 2013-10-06 10:30
Like the texture this photograph has captured. Appreciate the way you have maintained the color tones. Simple yet beautiful :)
siudzi (27769) 2013-10-06 11:50
Superb street art perfectly captured and presented. Like the way you cropped the subject with its interesting surrounding and a very good level of details. Well done! TFS.
Periko (1389) 2013-10-06 20:40
Interesting detail of a New Yorker street. The texture of the wall and advertisement can be seen with clarity.
saxo042 (33930) 2013-10-07 7:47
Något har tydligen hänt här, jag kan se den lilla bilden och få en uppfattning om den, men när jag klickar på den för att se den riktiga version kommer det inte upp någonting. Konstigt! Den lilla bilden ser iallafall intressant och spännande ut. Jag skall försöka senare.
dkmurphys (42527) 2013-10-07 9:01
Spectacular detail through it's textures and subject. Well spotted, fine street scene.
SnapRJW (23678) 2013-10-07 9:41
Hello Goran - Lovely textures here. The peeling paint with its variety of coloured layers makes a good frame for the beautiful, if distressed old poster. Nicely seen. Warm regards Rosemary
ourania (18672) 2013-10-08 10:53
a well observed and well framed detail from a large urban area. It is captivating and has the power to set a special mood in the whole place where it is found. I like very much the scraped colours and textures. Both the colours on the wall and the monochrome of the poster have a superb intensity. The poster has a dynamic effect that contrasts effectively with the geometrical patterns of the wall. A quiet yet rich graphical image, congratulations and thank you!
All the best, have a lovely evening,
oss (385) 2013-10-08 11:15
So simple but well observed and executed.
worldcitizen (5623) 2013-10-10 14:47
She looks like a leftover model from the roaring 1920's. I'm sure she's seen a lot of interesting things from her spot on this wall. :-) I like the old bricks, too, with different layers of peeling paint. By the way, thanks for adding me as a favorite. :-)