Xavi had rocked graffiti on a large outdoor network of beautifully carved staircases, walkways and overpasses. They were made of beige stone; large, wide, smooth and carved in graceful curves with scrolled balusters, some with serpent-horse heads. Xavi continued the existing themes by painting his versions of the carvings on parts of the stone that were less carved and then adding geometric markings that flowed out from the more detailed areas onto the smoother expanses. All was done in bright almost florescent colors. The work Xavi had done spanned hundreds of feet.
After I left that scene I was approached and asked to use marking pens to draw tattoos on a man's back. He had seen my work on someone else and wanted some for himself.
~ Before sleep last night I saw a pic online of Xavi's latest Graffiti piece that no doubt fueled this dream. Upon waking I opened an email (sent at 3:34AM) with an updated photo of this new work in progress. I took that image and mocked up an approximation to use as the image for this entry. ~