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Posted by:Anja
Graffiti text:This is in my opinion very interesting graffiti, which is located in my home town – in Kamnik, Slovenia. It catches my attention every time I walk by it. The word “Perovo” refers to a district in Kamnik and the number 770 refers to the number of years that have passed since Perovo was first mentioned in documents. But the most interesting is the picture of the eye within a triangle. You already said this It is commonly known that the eye inside a triangle is a sign of the “Illuminati”. The first Illuminati group or society known in the history is the Bavarian Illuminati that operated secretly in the Enlightenment era. They wanted to achieve gender equality and therefore they promoted and supported women's education. Later on various other organizations referred themselves as Illuminati society and claimed they are connected with the original Bavarian Illuminati society. Members of Illuminati society think of themselves as illuminated and they believe to have real knowledge and understanding of the world, and consequently they believe they are above the mediocrity. According to some, the Illuminati societies influenced some of the historical events with the purpose to restore or establish “New World Order”. I wonder what the people who drew this graffiti wanted to say with the rays coming from the eye and with all the people beneath it. Maybe there is a secret Illuminati group present in Kamnik and planning the New World Order.
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Taken on:5.5.2014
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City:Kamnik
Country:SLOVENIA
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Posted by:mit
Graffiti text:Evolve urban art
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Taken on:31.3.2014
Place:
City:Dublin
Country:IRELAND
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Posted by:mit
Graffiti text:Blue hand
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Taken on:20.2.2014
Place:Near Metelkova street
City:Ljubljana
Country:SLOVENIA
Comment:The hand on this graffiti means power of control over people. Power holders are in this case government and state employees, who control ordinary citizens with setting and changing rules and orders. This hand holds power over people on this planet, giving or taking anything from them. The hand influences other people's lives, their economic standard and relations with other people. On the wrist there are politicians who use the hand and manipulate it as an excavator. The hand is in blue color which represents peace, trust, order and loyalty.
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Posted by:mit
Graffiti text:Old man
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Taken on:17.2.2014
Place:Retirement home in Ljubljana
City:Ljubljana
Country:SLOVENIA
Comment:This graffiti represents an old man sitting on a chair surrounded with books. These books represent the man's intelligence and knowledge. His beard also has a meaning it represents his wisdom which is increasing with age. Books are nowadays losing their value which is a reflection of the influence of new technologies. People simply type in Google the word they want to find information about, while earlier generations spent quite some time looking for information in books. I agree that it is much easier and positive for the environment to search data on the internet, but it really makes people lazy. There are not many people who take time to read a book because they always find an excuse for not doing it. For example they say they do not have time but they always have time to go to the cinema. When one reads an interesting book they really go deep into the story and pay more attention in comparison to watching a movie. But times are changing, books are getting replaced with internet and movies. Also, having a long beard nowadays (except in November http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Movember) is not really a good thing because one can easily get mistaken for a messy or homeless person. The reason for this, is because having long beard or hair on man is not popular anymore. It was popular in the 80s and 90s, but in the 2000s, every guy had short hair. There is also a fact that homeless people can not take care of themselves, so they can not shave. So nowadays, stereotypical homeless people have long fithy hair and long beard. ( http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/21/Homeless_man_in_Anchorage.jpg )
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Posted by:Judy Cheng
Graffiti text:I like the picture! It is so funny!
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Taken on:18.11.2013
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City:Taipei
Country:TAIWAN
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Posted by:mit
Graffiti text:Go vegan
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Taken on:24.10.2012
Place:Behind Cafe Nicola
City:Lisboa
Country:PORTUGAL
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