There’s a lot of graffiti on doors throughout Barcelona, and this one caught my eye.
Halfway between Camden and Little Venice is this sign that has certainly seen better days.
Seen on Newman Street, next to the main Post Office.Also see this one in Soho
Seen on a door on Moor Street, just off Old Compton Street in Soho.
Seen on a wall in Marrakech. Not sure who the boys are, but they sure are ultra crazy.
Found on the floor leading out of one of Old Street tube stations many exits.
Seen on Portobello Road, Notting Hill. I’m not sure if it is in reference to the Notting Hill carnival that was taking place, the dilapidated building it was above, or maybe these were just the letters the owner had left.
The Notting Hill carnival brought a lot of graffiti, some of it more hopeful than others (the red line just continued on for a bit).
Under the South Bank centre is an area set aside for skateboarders and grafitti. I guess they got tired of trying to police it.
If it’s possible to find a picture at the bottom of your memory card then this is it. I can’t remember the context, but on an otherwise gloomy day this colourful broken old building stood out.