Tuesday, May 10, 2011

D7EL?


Any ideas? This is what appears to be a piece of Lego art stuck on the remains of a building on Brunswick Street. Only the facia wall of the building remains - through those windows is open air. I've got no idea what D7EL might mean so if anyone has any clues, I'd like to know more.

9 comments:

urbanviti said...

Looks like it's a graffiti artists tag.

Found this on flickr.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ladypenrhyn/5609617170/in/photostream

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ladypenrhyn/5574003584/

Alan O'Riordan said...

I have no idea, but this is one AWESOME photo... (I've been in Aus too long - "awesome" seems to be the only adjective in my vocabulary these days)

Anonymous said...

Diesel? If you read it like a personalised numberplate, that is what it appears to me.

Love your work!!!!!! Thank you for sharing it. I look forward to it every day.

Lynette said...

Totally swell! Although it would be so fine to know why it's there, I can live with just being able to look at your fine photo. Love how you altered it!

J Bar said...

Interesting shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

LP said...

its diesel
and your photos are devine
cheers
ladypenrhyn ;)

cara said...

Urbanviti - thanks very much for digging those links up.

LP - those were your links! I love it when a plan comes together. You say Diesel with some authority. Hmmm...

Alan - did you know awesomeness is the new awesome?

Alan O'Riordan said...

I do now. A friend of ours from Briasbane is involved in awesomeness in Washington DC - check out http://awesomefoundation.org/ - maybe you could start the Brisbane chapter:-)

LP said...

haha..yes awesomeness and i have even been known to use awesomenessness ;)

Cara.. yes my links sweetie. and you can stop hmmmm lol

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