Posts Tagged: graffiti

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Walking past a very raw social comment in Shoreditch: There was an item on the news last evening about councils wanting to clear cities of graffiti, but appreciated that some Street Art was worth keeping,…and they showed a number of

One / 180

Walking past a very raw social comment in Shoreditch: There was an item on the news last evening about councils wanting to clear cities of graffiti, but appreciated that some Street Art was worth keeping,…and they showed a number of

One / 179

The general palette was grey and black, then there was this colourful graffiti. I wonder if this man noticed it:

One / 179

The general palette was grey and black, then there was this colourful graffiti. I wonder if this man noticed it:

A door in Krakow

 Seems nowhere is immune from graffiti scribbles, not even a solid old door like this:

A door in Krakow

 Seems nowhere is immune from graffiti scribbles, not even a solid old door like this:

What is it about bicycles (4)

Final stationary bicycle from Krakow, propped up in front of some almost monochrome graffiti, so I converted it to black and white anyway:

What is it about bicycles (4)

Final stationary bicycle from Krakow, propped up in front of some almost monochrome graffiti, so I converted it to black and white anyway:

Six Word Saturday: Grab shot from a moving car

OK, not a great shot, but I like it for the jumble of figures, the visible faces (human and graffiti): Head over to Deb’s place for more Six Words here.

Six Word Saturday: Grab shot from a moving car

OK, not a great shot, but I like it for the jumble of figures, the visible faces (human and graffiti): Head over to Deb’s place for more Six Words here.

Graffiti seen in Malaga

I didn’t do a lot of wandering around in Malaga, alas, but saw a few interesting things and some distinctly odd graffiti. We start with some very ordinary tagging stuff here, taken at night and not the best clarity: Then

Graffiti seen in Malaga

I didn’t do a lot of wandering around in Malaga, alas, but saw a few interesting things and some distinctly odd graffiti. We start with some very ordinary tagging stuff here, taken at night and not the best clarity: Then

Street/ 13 and 14 – Signs of our times

Two bits of street artwork/graffiti I saw recently on my travels, the first one especially chilling:  

Street/ 13 and 14 – Signs of our times

Two bits of street artwork/graffiti I saw recently on my travels, the first one especially chilling:  

One/18

Time for another ‘One’… this time, from the East End of London, in Shoreditch. Seen texting amidst the graffiti and crumbly buildings :

One/18

Time for another ‘One’… this time, from the East End of London, in Shoreditch. Seen texting amidst the graffiti and crumbly buildings :