sábado, 8 de enero de 2011


In the graffiti I chose, which is in Gillette Square (Dalston), there is a little boy carrying a big stereo in his hand, with an air vent as the speaker of the stereo. He dresses as a rapper, with baggy clothes and a cap. He looks like a boy from the Bronx or another depressed area. He is also carrying a teddy bear, and he has a golden gun necklace. The expression in his face shows he is sad or maybe a little bit aggressive.

I think he is trying to show children nowadays grow quickly and the don't have time to be children. The golden necklace with the gun means he is exposed to violence so he sees it as normal.

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