Now we have started, we can’t possibly stop.
Over the past year or so we have been keeping track of the revolving exhibition of street art on the side of the old photo shack at Ashby and Telegraph. Earlier this month it was an Edvard Munch-like scene of nuclear armageddon. Before that we documented what several readers interpreted as a depiction of road-killed deer — before it disappeared. And as far back as October 2009 we were reporting on a dramatic buffalo created by artist Jesse Hazelip.
Now, Berkeleysider dyannaanfang sends us two relatively new wheatpaste works that have gone up there — over to you, Berkeley art critics, to determine the meaning behind the images.