Skate parks are excellent places for spotting graffiti. In Carlisle, the park must have been around for some time, because the graffiti had a distinctly ‘layered’ look. Several years of spray painting have created some intriguing images.
Good advice in this one
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Animals, trains, and a Viking.
Wall art in the tunnel under the railway tracks.
Neston, on the Wirral.
Sometimes you come across some surreal sights.
Who would expect to see a beached ship covered in spray-paint
on the banks of the Dee Estuary?
A FUN SHIP or the DUKE OF LANCASTER – take your pick.
It certainly looks like a party ship.
Enjoy the photos.
Found on a wall by a skate park.
Vivid and pulsing with life.
I think you can tell a lot about a place from looking at its graffiti.
Bangor is clearly a controlled and moderated place, full of colour and light, with just a hint of anarchy.
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Found this street art under a bridge in Cheltenham and thought it was both well-executed and thought-provoking.
I thought I was observant. But sometimes I miss the obvious.
When I saw this interesting handle set into a metal door, I couldn’t resist taking a photograph. Back home, I realised there was some hidden graffiti…
Spot the face?
A collection of space-invader and alien graffiti, discovered in an underpass when I walked through Pill, on the River Avon.
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Graffiti can be so much more than a tag scrawled carelessly. Here are some great examples of graffiti art, found under a railway bridge on the north bank of the River Avon.
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