“..almost got run over chasing you, ooh!” Beware of colour chasers – colour chasers beware of roads Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Jessie Martinovic 14 responses to “..almost got run over chasing you, ooh!” Hariod Brawn January 21, 2016 The orange against the grey is pleasing to me, even though the architecture is an aesthetic disaster. Jessie Martinovic – Author January 21, 2016 It’s as though the building has braces on its teeth. The tinsel surely rectifies at least a good segment of your statement, no? Hariod Brawn January 21, 2016 You mean the balcony danglers? Jessie Martinovic – Author January 21, 2016 yes, the balcony danglers. Care to elaborate on why this is such an eye sore Hariod? Hariod Brawn January 21, 2016 The balcony danglers caught my eye straight away, as I’m sure they did yours. I can only say it is an eyesore to my eyes Jessie, and of course it may appear pleasing to those of others. Taken from the retail hoardings down, it smacks to me of cheap materials, a desperately poor sense of proportion, a hopelessly misguided late-twentieth century attempt at echoing the elegance of the early part of that century, depressingly dehumanising and Orwellian light fitments, a trashy and woefully executed nod at modern sculpture, and a generally squalid representation of architectural aesthetics. In short, more oh! than ooh! What do your eyes see? Jessie Martinovic – Author January 21, 2016 Trying to lol in the most sophisticated way. Initially I didn’t even notice the building , so thanks . I was quite literally chasing the ladies floral threads across the road trying to line them up with the words. But I like the building and hopelessly misguided attempts at things. It kind of reminds me of a second-hand batman suit shop for wanna be batmans Marissa Bergen January 21, 2016 It is quite captivating. Can hardly say I blame her. Jessie Martinovic – Author January 21, 2016 Her threads were gorgeous mike January 22, 2016 what caught my eye was the size of her calf muscle and the word “oOh” strategically lined up over her scurrying carcass Jessie Martinovic – Author January 22, 2016 Mike, she was the most scurrying carcass I ever did come across . Mostly due to the fact I have never been witness to such breed specification till your analysis. Thank you, always a pleasure ! (b)ananartista SBUFF January 24, 2016 epic Jessie Martinovic – Author January 24, 2016 thank you, bananaartista sbuff robert87004 January 28, 2016 I believe Harrod left out a few words, tasteless and inept. Otherwise, yeah! Jessie Martinovic – Author January 28, 2016 wooo hoo! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) w Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.