I have no idea. I don’t know what it means, nor do I remember the location, or the circumstances of taking this picture. A whip and axe wielding figure with (possibly) a large donger, watched by a…cat clown?  Or is it a hammer and sickle? Must be supposed to mean something to some motorist. Maybe one for the futurecuntz to unravel? Expect to see it in a thesis in 2050.

About The Lazy Aussie

Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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15 Responses to Enigma

  1. BRIK says:

    The derros are trying to make contact with us.


  2. Bento says:

    Looks like a poor man’s CZC. Shamelessly derivative.


  3. Jaidyn-Jaxxon says:

    Simple semaphore,
    Hidden warning: ‘Cat comes to
    Kill you in your dreams’


  4. shane says:

    I wonder if it has anything to do with this picture that I took earlier that night…


  5. BrownBook says:

    Looks like a sideways AFL goal umpire. A Perth-Banksy in the making?


  6. Natalia Fan #1 says:

    Drawing Out the Doodle: Penis, Pen and Performance in Perth 2000-2010.
    Adrian Dick
    Curdoch Brought To You By McDonalds University, 2050

    The dawn of the twenty-first century witnessed the emergence of a curiously little-studied material culture trend in the hub of the greater Western Coast Suburban Ooshta – that of the graffiti “cock”. This thesis examines the representation of penises in local urban art of this time. Looking through the lens of Vas Deferen’s theory of complex sexo-social additive aesthetic deviance, the thesis asks whether the apparently facile character of urban art penis depiction is not in fact a gesture of kenosis; a performative quasi-sacrificial emptying out of early twenty-first century male subjectivity in the face of increasing metro-sexualistic gender anxieties, or simply a compensatory device. The thesis concludes by noting the connection between the demise of the urban art trend studied and the introduction of the mandotorialization of urban art throughout the Arrondissement and then all sectors of the WCSO in 2012.


  7. David Cohen says:

    This was the interpretive signage at the Bar Lazy toilet.


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