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1130.清流詩茶

阿張蘭石2011-09-07 15:17:23
小孩子不一定有大人想象中的那么需要爸妈

阿多拉梦2011-09-07 15:17:56
想想自己小时候就可以了啊,我们也是从小孩过来的啊,也是可爱过,萌过的,纯真过滴

APPLE2011-09-07 15:18:27
恩啊,我作证。我被妈妈和婆婆骗说断奶时不能让小屁孩看到我,结果6天5夜过去后,他就不认得我了

。。

阿惜摩尼2011-09-07 15:18:31嗯嗯

阿張蘭石2011-09-07 15:19:48
會長没可爱过啊,从小就是不可爱。人见人厌倦

阿多拉梦2011-09-07 15:20:40
哈哈哈,哈哈哈

老墨2011-09-07 15:21:12人见人厌的会长

阿惜摩尼2011-09-07 15:21:16
每个孩子都是可爱的呀 哈哈哈 会长的灰色童年

阿張蘭石2011-09-07 15:21:29
对啊

阿惜摩尼2011-09-07 15:21:47
你淘气的时候上房揭瓦吧?

阿張蘭石2011-09-07 15:22:16
小时候人见人厌倦,小老头一个,还很小的时候就是大人的声音,有人觉得不吉祥。

阿惜摩尼2011-09-07 15:23:19
哈哈哈 返老还童里的男猪脚

阿張蘭石2011-09-07 15:23:44
没错,你猜中了。从小就上屋顶搞陽谋,楼下的叔叔阿姨们牙痒痒。
到现在还是,每次回老家都上屋顶维修,对面小歇園子里的老太婆们遙望到依旧议论纷纷。

阿惜摩尼2011-09-07 15:24:25
能上屋顶维修的房子 感觉很温暖的地方啊

阿張蘭石2011-09-07 15:25:28
那一带,有爬上屋瓦的,只有阿張一个人了。几乎所有人家的瓦片要是破了大多是阿張踏破的。

阿多拉梦2011-09-07 15:25:28
哈哈哈哈

老墨2011-09-07 15:25:35
站的高看得远?

阿惜摩尼2011-09-07 15:25:40
人家要你陪啊

阿吽淡定2011-09-07 15:25:46
【阿張蘭石: 小时候人见人厌倦 小老头一个 还很小的时候就是大人的声音 有人觉得不吉祥】
......会大可能是修行人转世啊

阿張蘭石2011-09-07 15:26:37
不是,主要是孤僻,喜欢躲在屋顶上,看书啥的。后来14~15歲是晒鸟,因为听说鸟儿要晒晒更健康。

阿惜摩尼2011-09-07 15:26:49
爬上屋瓦晒鸟 是啥鸟啊?不能自己飞的么

阿張蘭石2011-09-07 15:27:22
不会飞啊,称为鸡可能更贴切。

老墨2011-09-07 15:27:22
孤僻(握手)

阿張蘭石2011-09-07 15:27:53
嗯嗯(握手)

阿惜摩尼2011-09-07 15:27:50
啊啊啊啊。。。。

阿吽淡定2011-09-07 15:27:57
额,孤僻到这种境界?我基本上在床上看书
屋顶上想都不敢想阿
惜摩尼2011-09-07 15:28:39
我也是在床上看书 竹床 躺椅

阿吽淡定2011-09-07 15:29:03
额,高度不够啊

阿惜摩尼2011-09-07 15:30:45
老太婆们议论啥啊

阿張蘭石2011-09-07 15:36:53
危险。感到屋顶上有人很奇怪或很危险,或心想“得小心那人要干嘛”...

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小時候,如果很久沒洗澡,就可以在手腳的皮膚上作畫---用指甲刮出各種文字或圖案。
那時的心思就很搞:既得意於類似刺青的作品效果,又遮掩著怕人覺得骯髒。
^_^
這道理是一樣的:

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REVERSE GRAFFITI: South African Artists Tag Walls By Scrubbing Them Clean

by Yuka Yoneda, 03/10/10

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Graffiti is one of the most controversial art forms out there since it defaces public property – but what if graffiti artists actually cleaned up the walls they tagged up by etching their sketches into the grime that already exists on them? The delightful process, called reverse graffiti or “scrubbing” isn’t new – we’ve written about it here and here before – but awesome examples of it keep popping up. Case in point: one band of students in Durban, South Africa who’ve been gracing spaces with works of the subversive street art form in their area.

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Inspired by the works of Paul Curtis (a reverse graffiti pioneer), South African student Martin Pace decided to “scrub” the walls of his own town. While others have used giant stencils and high-pressure water hoses to “wash” reverse images onto, or technically off of their canvases, Pace decided to use a metal scrubbing brush on his first project – a filthy freeway wall. The result was a charming pictorial timeline of Westville’s (the town where the wall is) architecture.

Pace eventually formed a gang of reverse taggers with his friends Stathi Kongianos, JP Jordaan and Nick Ferreira called Dutch Ink. The bands triumphs include a beautiful mural of trees on a Durban North wall as well as a giant “Sardine Run” (featuring a school of stencilled fish) swimming across a city bridge.

The best thing about reverse graffiti is that it’s not illegal! Think about it – you can’t really arrest someone for cleaning up city surfaces. Of this fact, Pace said, “That’s the beauty of the whole project. We have had council guys in police cars stop us in the middle of the day while we are working and asking us if we have been commissioned to do this and when we answered no, they gave us thumbs up and said keep doing what you are doing.”

Via Neil Coppen and Wooster Collective

 

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