Faced with a challenge from a fellow blogger, Sylvain Landry, I decided to have a go at it!
What actually prompted me to go for the challenge is simply this.
I equate street art with graffiti. I’m not a fan of graffiti. Yeah. I know, it’s urban (and at this point in time suburban) art. In most cases, I look at it as a form of vandalism. ( I’m old school. I like my art to hang on a wall)
I’m so tired of seeing old subway cars being sprayed. I’m exhausted of counting the amounts of graffiti displayed along my ride from CDG airport to Paris Centre. I’m disgusted with seeing beautiful buildings and the less-than-stellar graffiti that adorns and ruins them.
It’s ugly. No. It’s FUGLY!
Wanna draw? Get a paper and crayons.
But I digress!
There IS a form of graffiti, if you will, that I’m rather fond of!. And it adorns a building in Cannes!
And here it is!! I. Am. So. Hip!!!!!
Alain Delon!!! Who says I don’t appreciate street art????? I made Bonaparte drive past this at least once a day when we were on the Cote d’ Azur this summer! Me-owwwww!!
Even better. Dalida’s duet “Paroles Paroles” with Alain Delon. His voice. Yum!