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Signs, Signs: Art Gallery & Tattoo Parlor

Art gallery and tattoo studio,
both creative avenues
to apply paint to a canvas.

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Comments

That's funny Norma. Probably because I'm so old they don't seem to go together....did you go in?
I really like this piece of urban art. Art can be found all around us if we choose to see it. Thanks for posting this, Norma
Gerald (SK14) said…
a bit garish but striking
RedPat said…
What a combination!
Norma Ruttan said…
no, I didn't, Sallie. That day I was on a photo walk. I said I would get a tattoo once I retired, but I still haven't had the nerve to do it.
Norma Ruttan said…
you are welcome! thanks for visiting and taking the time to comment.
Anonymous said…
Art is in the eye of the beholder! It's definitely eye-catching!

~Lindy
MeOfCourse said…
Hi Norma, hope you are doing well. You asked what RE license is-real estate. I've been testing for my renewal which expires in May. I like doing things ahead of time and just got done with all the renewal tests and there were a lot. I just have to mail my certificate number and a check and I'll be all set for another 4 years. I like that art above. Have a wonderful day tomorrow. Thx. for stopping by my blog.
Gemma Wiseman said…
Dynamic combination of colours in that sign. The outline of the larger font looks as if it is fiery.
Al said…
That's a great mural, it certainly advertises the businesses effectively.
colleen said…
That's striking but hard to read. You should consider playing Thirteen Thursday!
EG CameraGirl said…
Interesting combination!
Ida said…
Very dramatic signage, loving the vibrant tones in your shot.

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