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Street art.
· Date: June 26, 2011 · Views: 22368 ·
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Orange

Registered: December 2009
Posts: 507
June 26, 2011 10:21am

I think this drawing depicts a cobbler busy at work and his customer is waiting for his shoe (or shoes) to be repaired. The customer is waiting barefooted - it must have been quite a while as his right hand rests restlessly on the wall. With no shoes, the customer can't do a thing but to wait. It's still better than walking around barefooted.


A potential cartoonist in the making. But sorry, wrong place to show his creativity and his talents. What a waste!!


Or perhaps he is expressing his wish to have a cobbler at this particular spot. To him, it's a waste not to utilise this strategic spot. Just guessing ..... No one knows except the artist himself. Wondering if he drew it during the night or under board daylight? To some it is a creative art, but others it is graffitii!



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