The dive bar is not for the fainthearted, it takes some boldness. If you love partying late in the night to early morning hours, then you will find such a haven maybe in a truck stop outpost. Stepping in a dive bar presents a new environment from what you are used to in a typical bar or pub. The rules at a dive bar are less restrictive than in your ordinary bar joint. The company there is also unique. You may probably rub shoulders with brawlers, harleys, yuppies and others; it’s a place for all status. The bar’s designs and even photos are not what you may prefer to have in your house but are interesting to see.
A good interior for a dive bar plays a crucial role for its survival just like delicious food would do for the favorite café in your neighborhood. Other than the seating arrangement that may promote or limit conversations, the walls speak to the clients who frequent the joints. Some are so bizarre that they can make a newbie take moments to think more about his/her life in depth.
Some dive bars have photos of their best cocktails exhibited on the walls and some photos are accompanied by names that you might find quite hilarious if not offending. Remember the place is not for the timid so if you don’t like the photos, then you’ve got yourself to blame.The female figure has for ages attracted many artists.
You can read a chaotic mind behind a photo that can leave you more confused if you try to figure out what the artist was trying to communicate. A dive bar is also a place that can make you laugh in the midst of all the craziness from hilarious stickers to photos on the walls. Amusing photos may be of people or animals posing in a hilarious way. Such photos bring a happy mood to the bar. A happy client will always come back.
Perhaps the occasional yuppie who drives a Benz will delight in photos of Benz cars on walls. The artistic images of car rims well displayed for everybody’s view would remind him to upgrade the aging rims of his car from the quite insensitive riding in the city.
The minds that conceived some photos found in dive bars are seemingly strange but there is creativity in most displays. Taking the message the artist is sending is however your decision. If you have a creative eye and want to see what other minds can conceive, maybe you can hangout in a dive bar and compare the photos there with what you have in your gallery.