LOVE/HATE: The Writing On the Wall Edition

I’ll let this one speak for itself:


via (previously)


Apparently, having a little on-location wedding day graffiti photography is a thing. Not a huge thing, by any stretch, but still a thing. When I tossed a couple of images at The Beard, he suggested it was appealing to some because of the “dramatic juxtaposition”. I get it – I am, as you know, in favor of walking around town in your wedding finery. But going out of your way to find graffiti that looks nice but not too nice and isn’t full of dirty words feels a little too ‘OMG look at how edgy I am!’ to me.

What do you thing of wedding day graffiti photography?

5 Responses to “LOVE/HATE: The Writing On the Wall Edition”

  1. This brings a new notion about wedding. We are always stuck with the traditional wedding scenes. How about this way? Can the majority agree? No matter what they want their wedding would be, what is important is the vow and commitment they took for each other. Happy Nuptial to all!

  2. The Jananator says:

    Eh, I guess it looks fun, and if the bride and groom like it, why not? It’s no nicer or dumber than couples jumping in the water, and it doesn’t ruin your dress, so that’s a plus!

  3. mkb says:

    I guess that depends on how close you get to wet paint!

  4. Kirsten says:

    Personally, I think you’re extremely judgmental and you seem to think you’re the be-all and end-all opinion on what people can and can’t do at their weddings. As a street artist and the fiancee of a street artist, I’m frankly pretty irritated at people like you trying to assume that wanting an important piece of our lives to be a part of our wedding is trying to show off how edgy we are. You ever stop to think that maybe we’re doing it because it’s our wedding and we like it?