Monday, October 7, 2013

Brite Blue Gloss Spray Paint @ Ace Hardware

Here is an example of brite blue gloss in action. While preparing to tackle this mail box this typist ran into a fellow neighbor. This neighbor helped scrape off the black paint drips (from the city's amateur attempt to cover up the graffiti) and the stickers. Wet paint sign courtesy of Clark/Devon Hardware.

There are probably other examples of this stock color (this is the best this painter has found thus far). Previously this blogger was ticketed for an attempted mailbox restoration. But the ticket was thrown out of court.


Stanley Katakowski said...

Nice job 'dere. While some guys is just out there drinkin' and sittin' behind 'der keyboards rantin' and ravin', youse is actually doin' somethin' good. Tanks, brotha!

Philip McGregor Rogers said...

Sorry MAX MAD - I accidentally deleted your double comment.

"Painting a mailbox with graffiti or any paint is illegal no matter what"

Or something like that.

Anonymous said...

thanks, the pictures dont do the paint job justice.

Philip McGregor Rogers said...

@ anon, no prob.

Probably because the paint was still wet at that point. Looks much better dry.

Anonymous said...

Is it wrong to have no problem with the really cool looking stencil graffiti, but be disgusted by the scribbles of the average tagger?

Philip McGregor Rogers said...

@anon, with street art you know it when you see it.

just like vandalism.