Pirate Pooch Stereo Pair
Artist name indecipherable. This really is a scribble, and a cartoon, and it is definitely pirate. It defaces a handsome rude wall that should never have been painted, and it shows a lack of concern for having done so. It is also "meta" as it communicates on many levels, speaking of the artist and his art, as well as the canvas and the illegality of the profession. It shows that the artist is thumbing his nose at that illegality. I have rendered this as a stereo pair, as the rock and mortar structural wall that it was painted on was interesting in its own right, and simply could not be adequately depicted in a 2D photo. The shadows weren't enough and I didn't have the option of taking the image later in the day to capture the light that would add dimensionality. If you are not one to be able to cross your eyes easily to view a stereogram, just enjoy the playful criminal joy captured here, in Cerro Polanco, Valipariso, Chile.