Sunday, January 4, 2009

Traffic Stopping Art (number 4)

Sunday again and time for your weekly dose of traffic signal box art - this time coming to you from the corner of North Quay and the William Jolly Bridge. The fella on the box is wearing a top with the Aboriginal flag on it. The flag was designed in 1971 and is said to represent black skin, red earth and ochre sun.

To see the others in the series, click on the "TSBs" label below.

4 comments:

Destitute Rebel said...

This is quite interesting.

Julie said...

He looks more Carribbean than Aboriginal. I really do like this Traffic Signal Box art: a good way to reduce official ugliness.

Marc said...

Very well painted in terms technique. I like these boxes.

Joan said...

I think we should do this here in Charleston. I love them. I am passing the idea along....

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