Category: Graffiti Photography
Posted: February 7, 2019
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Eduardo Kobra's version of Hamlet's skull

A chapter in the book Art All Around Us

Yorick's Skull Wall Art

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This is from a late night evening photo walk my brother and I go on documenting the hundreds of new wall Art movement called Widewalls. It allows artist to get creative and leave their mark around town.
Yorick's skull, which is responsible for one of Hamlet's most memorable monologues, inspired by one of the most famous plays in Western literature, Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra brought to life Yorick's dead head in a most colorful representation this character has seen in history. The vibrant rectangular patterns used in the creation of the skull really make the skull of the jester stand out from the other elements of the mural like the gray hand that holds it.
Used my Wide angle fixed lens with only the light available around the street.
All manual settings/handheld/Kelvin Scale for white Balance Control.

Post Type: Photography
Mixed Media: Minor Crop, Re-Size clone out partial street lamp


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