The Fray: Female Images Featured in Street Art
It’s often said that women’s nerves are frayed. They fret and run to and from in a hurried frenzy bubble of worry. At times, it seems that women are thought of as in the following photograph (a photo of a beautiful old tree in Panama City).
At a meeting I once chastised because I was too worried about finances and I just had to chill. I was treated as if I had just been a shrill nuance. However, I was right to worry and I will never back down from a just and righteous concern.
In Melbourne there is a bohemian area in which street art is wondrously relished and promoted throughout the area. In walking through the area I got a weird sense of being in a Joss Whedon Comic book series. I especially felt I was in Fray. It is a futuristic spin-off of my all-time favorite television show: Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The comic book Fray series follows a new slayer named Melaka Fray. A strong woman meant to battle the evil ghouls and monsters of the world. Yes, I felt I was in the middle of a Fray strong woman world.
But there is also a touch of whimsy to this Fray world.
And a touch of daring sexiness
And a touch of inner strength
And just being a take-no-prisoners kind of girl
No more images of frayed nerves. Here is to a whole new fray of life
Categories: Culture, Pop Culture, Travel, TV, women
I’ve never hear of fray, but it looks like an excellent series. I wonder if they’ll make it into a TV series or movie. I like the message as well – confront the demons. The street art looks fantastic. The Bride makes an appearance and looks wonderful!
Absolutely love well done street art like those. Such talent! Really like the roller-girls too!
Isnt street art fun, i get a kick out of finding it on my travels.