Graffiti Around The World Image Posted on July 20 by Jennifer Avventura Padova, Italy Rome, Italy Sydney, Australia Sardegna, Italy Bern, Switzerland Sardegna, Italy Rate this:Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
Really, really great! I shared it!
Thank you for sharing! 🙂
Amazing – the first one is my fav !!!!!!!!!!!
It’s amazing what peole can accomplish while defacing someone else’s property, right?
I love seeing the creativity and character of places
Thanks the comment. I too love seeing the creative flavours written or drawn on public walls and spaces. It gives the place character.
Love the first one. Had a similar one made up in my room when my parents had gone on vacations. All hell broke loose when they came back and noticed it.
Spray-Can Man is also one of my favorites. I’m sure your folks were thrilled when they returned.
hmm… I think that first picture is from Padova, Italy? Because I have an identical one! http://hearttypat.wordpress.com/2011/02/19/honeymoon-day-7-where-did-these-people-come-from/
Thank you for the heads up on the Spray-Can Man art. My trip to Padova and Switzerland were in the same time, and I really couldn’t remember were it was.
You’re welcomed! haha
The Swiss spray can man is my favourite. Come to London, we have lots of Bankys here (those that have not been painted over by local authorities, that is).
And then in China. Graffiti is just prostitutes numbers written all over the place. I like this graffiti much better! That flying donkey is fun!!!!
Haha! Woman you kill me. Those poor hookers.
I love graffiti – it’s one of my favorite things to photograph!!! León in Nicaragua is full of it. Looks like I´ll have to go to Sardegna too!
It’s fun checking out the local art scene, I’ve always enjoyed photographing local graffiti too. Maybe Ill make it to Nicaragua one day to see their local art. Thanks for the comment.
I like them jennifer, here are a few from belfast if you want to copy one 🙂
Thanks for the link. Love Belfast and graffiti!