By Anthony Foster. Melbourne laneway street art of Kurt Vonnegut. The title is a phrase often used in his book, Slaughterhouse Five.


FujiFilm X100S

Don’s response
Anthony Foster made the right choice when he elected to transform this image into black and white. Now, instead of being distracted by both the busyness and the no doubt wildly clashing colours, the viewer’s attention goes easily from the face on the wall to the group of people who seem to be looking – or are about to be looking – at something around the corner from our viewpoint. This gives the image a little mystery and I like how that offstage gaze is almost being presided over by the aforementioned face. The picture might have been made a little stronger had Anthony come in another metre or two so as to intensify the relationship between the group and the looming face.


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