As seen in an inner-north stormwater drain:
Well I thought it was kind of cute.
Being a sheep, following the trend by being suckered into thinking that graffiti is cool is also a crime, unfortunately one without punishment however.
Why else would you buy one of those ‘cool’ graffiti inspired shirts, pants, shoes, hats, skateboards, etc ad nauseum.
So is trespassing on construction sites.
Although its a crime, i’d prefer to see this on the street instead of random tags or swearing.
graffiti is crime.
i hope this criminal si caught and sentenced to cleanin up the results of the crime spree.
graffiti criminals lack self control and societal conscience.
Graffiti is still graffiti.
awwww cute doesn’t cut it. Send in the urban services nazi’s.
Don’t be fooled by the ‘trend’ that graffiti is cool. Go watch Nathan Barley.
Lazy link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nathan_Barley
But we don’t have any according to our esteemed overlords.
For years there was a colourful piece on the Woden drain by pedestrian bridge across from the Hellenic.
It copped one idiots tag. Then they ‘cleaned’ it. Last time I looked it was just ugly tags.
Or possibly I was trying to make things a little bit harder for the urban services nazis who go around obliterating these things.
no its near the bike path next to st josephs primary school in o’connor, johnboy has missed out the remains of a burnt out car which sit just near by!
I like that… subtle and witty. Taken somewhere round Haig Park? > that ‘water’ looks a damn cool colour.
I’d wager it’s a woman. It’s a very feminine style.
Even more amazing is the water flowing in the storm water drain!
I’d be happy to see have that kind of graffiti in public areas. It’s not offensive/crap and looks quite good!
This guy does a lot of stuff around the eastern suburbs of Sydney. Grafitti artist on holiday, perhaps? He (she?) has a unique style and usually incoporates a vaugely political message.
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