Friday, January 30, 2009

graffiti artists dilemma



So graffiti artist have a wonderful creative approach to their "tags" aka signatures. They use these stylized tags so that they can be identified but not really identified because after all graffiti is illegal - I'll have to say after sam and Dara left from their most recent visit we discovered that maybe Sam needs to study more closely the nuance of obfuscation used by these artist as his work was very easily identified -



note sam's medium of choice is sharpie on the back of clare's favorite chair


4 comments:

labdogs42 said...

LOL. I guess at least it was the back of the chair!! I have learned the hard way to keep my sharpies locked up. I guess you have now, too!! Is Sam a nephew? He's adorable!

Oma3 said...

Clare, this brings back memories of when Davis created "art" on Mother Bear's suede couch at a Crab Fest when he was 2. He also used sharpies. They never got it out... Margaret was so upseet but everyone got over it.... Kids love to draw, especially at your very creative casa.

Clare Carver said...

classic : ) - ahh well just comes with the territory!! : ) xxoo

Jaye said...

love it! You should let all the kids who come visit you leave their own "tag" on your chair ( I may be pushing my luck with that, but i think it's a great idea!) We have a climbing wall that everyone signs with Sharpie if they make it to the top...