Waiting For Tacos – Wall Art


Frame Options Blonde Maple, Espesso Walnut, Flat Black
Sizes Available 4×6″, 8×12″, 12×18″, 16×24″


Our adopted home of Portland, Oregon, is known above all for being two
things: Rainy, and dog-friendly. In the courtyard of most cafes, you’ll
find a water dish. At the counter, dog treats for $1, and outside,
friendships being made in every combination of four legs and two. // But
our local Mexican takeaway doesn’t have a courtyard, covered or not,
and so we watched one day as this poor fella was left outside in the car
while his human picked up his lunch. Through the drizzle, old boy could
smell the carne asada on the grill. And his owner, gone! // Joeseph
Frazier captures the feeling of waiting in this composition that frames
the dog’s plaintive expression in the miserable, steady rain, in
juxtaposition with the bright neon of the restaurant lights. A careful
use of low light and water patterns, this photograph depicts a hunger we
all feel, as the dog stands in for a sort of existential longing.
Here’s hoping his owner shared their scraps!

Additional information


4×6, 8×12, 12×18, 16×24


None, Espesso Walnut, Flat Black, Blonde Maple


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