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Monday, 09 May 2005
No parking

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Stencil gaffiti has taken off in recent years.

Much graffiti is rubbish and makes our streets look uncared for and tatty.  Some of it, however, brings life and humour to the urban scene. Stencil graffiti is one of the most consistently interesting types of street art and this week’s picture set shows ten examples from Brighton and London in recent years.

from: Images Brighton.  Some stencil graffiti also makes our streets look uncared for and tatty, but there is something to be said (without being nimby) for the London graffiti artist arofish who went to Iraq, the West Bank and Gaza

vandalising the already ruined walls - painting over bullet scars.

Posted by bigblue on 09/05/2005 at 11:50 PM
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