‘Rothko Walls’ Captures Ghostly Remains Of Removed Graffiti


…artist Daniel Ginns is reminding us to look on the bright side and appreciate the mystery left behind. The young British artist, foremost an illustrator, embarked on a project photographing the remains of graffiti that had been shoddily removed, leaving in its wake a different sort of artwork.


Image source and article – click through to see more images: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/20/removed-graffiti-photos_n_3954199.html

[SIDE NOTE: that story reminds me of this story.]

Sent to clear up some unwanted graffiti, this workerman couldn’t have imagined he would be the inspiration for the next work on the very same wall.


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