More Paphos Murals
Over the weekend I was out with my camera, seeing how work on Old Paphos has progressed in the last six months. That is the subject of another blog (watch this space). However, while I was taking photos I found some more murals which I think warrant their own article...
All these murals were found to the left of Kennedy Square, down numerous streets. Their main aim seemed to be to brighten up carparks and to advertise. When I saw this one I originally thought it was some sort of nativity scene. Perhaps it's because the skip looks a bit like a crib? But if you look closer you will see the angel is holding a bow and arrow. Given that the main couple appear to be getting up close and personal, I assume the angel is cupid.
At first glance this one could be mistaken for standard graffiti, but if you look in the bottom left you can see that it is in fact, officially sanctioned Pafos2017 graffiti!
Anybody know what this represents?
The left hand arch appears to say "Harmonia". I can't work out the other words though.
Hi Tech Cherub
This cherub appears to be glued to his mobile phone..