The language of Symbols and pictures

Symbols and pictures have meaning. Further, these symbols, pictures and language are influenced by culture and even by intuitive non-verbal communication exchanged in a mere instant of meeting.

Language whether written, verbal or pictographic in form carries the expression of thought and an expression of heart influenced by local culture. To become truly immortal, a work of art must escape all human limits: logic and common sense only interfere. Once these barriers are broken, you enter the realm of childhood visions and dreams.

It is these visions, and some realism too, that we explore on the Art of Graffiti walking adventure this weekend.
We step out Friday evening and Saturday morning so you can choose one.
Book a spot on the tour at our web site or even get a nice discount on Brown Paper Tickets.

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