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    Default jus a heads up!

    iraqi grafitti is apparently resurgent since Saddam's demise
    i posted up a load last night on "iraqi resistance" thread, as it's mostly not so graphic as what's here

    some of is extremely funny, tho:
    BUSH THE FATHER LIBERATED KUWAIT. BUSH THE SON LIBERATED IRAQ, THEN SYRIA, THEN IRAN. BUSH THE GRANDSON WILL LIBERATE THE WHOLE WORLD!

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    Default "Coming soon to this location: charming ruins."


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    Quote Originally Posted by notoriousJ.I.M
    Here's a few more by a different artist also taken at Sonar.
    these are all really lovely notorious

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    "Brocklay" a word invented by my friends child. It means scary but interesting.



    Baghdad blast wall art.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_pictures/4230505.stm

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    did anyone see phil sherburne's piece on barcelona grafitti in xlr8r a while ago. i was actually with phil, wandering round the city when he took quite a few of the shots? they are great, so i'll try to scan some and post them maybe tomorrow.

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    Seen on a boarded up shop front in Brighton. Wonderful, as in - you just have to wonder what the bleeding heck is going on with this.

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    Austin and New York








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    two things done by...uh...me and a friend, actually. we're no good at all, we just started stenciling , but we have a lot of fun and we try to be polite about it. This was for a project we did on Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day here- we started under a bridge by moved around and got some pieces up on the road behind a wal-mart, and by a local junior high.

    of course, i don't have a picture of the big grinning orc face and the freehanded 'fuck elfs' but that also really brought a smile to my face.

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    I have a bunch more to put up when i get the chance. I walked around the city (chicago) quite a bit over spring break.

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    Here's a link to a whole gallery of collected bits and pieces by Mephisto Jones, Wellington, New Zealand. He does most of the illustration work for Mark De Clive-Lowe's label, for those nu jazzers who know his material.

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    Here's a link to a wonderful site called picturesofwalls. It's just a collection of interesting graffiti from all over the place. I particularly liked this piece of billboard subversion.


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    edna/kid acne
    arundel gate sheffield


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    Quote Originally Posted by WOEBOT
    who is this masked genius? why has he switched to stickers? whats the dealio?
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