Thursday, 1 November 2012

All Saints Day

Great piece of street poster art, measuring about 3ft (a metre) long and spotted on the parapet of a railway bridge crossing Via delle Conce in Rome's Ostiense district. By the time I got to it, some moronic graffiti scrote had already obliterated the legend at the bottom, which reads: Maria Vergine Augusta, guidami sulla giusta strada e proteggimi dalle buche [August Virgin Mary, guide me on the right road and protect me from the potholes]. It's by Fabio Giannotti, who goes by the name of Ex Voto and more of his work is, or has been, about Rome. MP


747 said...

Mother Mary Motorcycle.

rustyli150 said...

Love that!