Normally, when I go to town I spend time waiting at a railroad crossing. As I sit there, hundreds of
grain or coal cars pass by. Most times there are numerous cars covered with detailed and colorful graffiti. I always wonder by who and how this artwork was done. Where was it done? Also, did they get caught doing it? This week when I went to town, this was the only car I saw that had art work on it. Sitting on the siding outside of the grain elevator, it looks like it was in the rought draft stage.
Lacking the railroad car graffiti, and hard pressed for something for Sunday Stills, I resorted to what I could find here at home on the ranch. Our old shop has been a site of graffiti over the years. Near the front door, someone tested out a can of New Holland yellow. (As opposed to John Deere yellow!) Inside of the shop, cattle brands are burned into the door with branding irons or etched with a knife. Ford blue and Massey Ferguson red were sprayed on this door too. Guess this would be ranch or cowboy graffiti?