In this graffiti on street Cautin 710, I can establish the thesis that “in small cities in Chile there is no competition to find a wall to make graffiti, so that graffiti can remain unperturbed for more than a decade”. The first 4 photos are a collaboration of GraffitiPreBicentenario (Instagram: @graffitiprebicentenario), and those photos were taken at the end of 2009. Strong and clear colors are appreciated. The impression remains that on the right side the graffiti was not finished.
The rest of the photos were taken at the end of 2019, a decade later, and there you can see how the passage of time has washed-out the colors, and together with the water, the wind and the sun, they have also done their task of fading the graffiti. But it is clearly appreciated that the graffiti has not had any type of intervention in a decade, something unthinkable in graffiti of big cities of Chile (Santiago, Valparaíso, and Concepción, among others).
The impression remains that the graffiti went unnoticed by the population of Angol, that no one observed it, and that probably no one knows that it is still there, and even more, that it continues to wear out over time.
Salvador J. Seda
Photographer: Salvador Seda
Instagram GraffitiPreBicentenario: https://www.instagram.com/graffitiprebicentenario
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