A grassroots interpretation of graffiti and overlooked culture in neglected urban landscapes.
Monday, 7 July 2014
Interestingly enough building and construction sites particularly in cities are a hot bed for graffiti. Temporary structures such as signs or perimeter walls are popular surfaces. The building sites are temporary (just like graf) and when completed the graffiti becomes hidden, removed or loses its previous urban context.
Respect goes out to bombers Kewl, Olsn, Doug, Smel keeping the Sydney scene rolling
A popular painting wall Hobart CBD. As scaffolding and buildings are demolished pieces remain high up and leaves you wondering how did there get up there?