The graffiti is on a wall that is a defense so that the hill does not collapse. Above the hill you can see the church “Nuestra Señora de Pompeya“. By clicking on the link you can find more photos especially to this cultural and religious site.
It is clear that it is an old graffiti and that it has suffered over time, with the humidity of the hill and the fungus on the wall.
The first thing that stands out is a white Flop that is held by the drains of the hill. Then there is a male figure in a yellow square. Here the graffiti clearly has interventions, scratches, writings and symbols.
Finally, it ends with a symbol that emanates from the square, leaving the impression that it was never finished. The tail of the symbol or writing was on top of a white and red Flop logically older even than our graffiti.
Salvador J. Seda – Angol – January 2021
Photographer: Salvador Seda
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