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    Dunno how.... if it's real.


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    someone off holloway rd has graffed up a hedge.. just an everyday domestic hedge with a nice big black and chrome tag!

    i've lived in london all my life and never seen that before.

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    Banksy's comment on the case against Tox:
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    Quote Originally Posted by benjybars View Post
    someone off holloway rd has graffed up a hedge.. just an everyday domestic hedge with a nice big black and chrome tag!

    i've lived in london all my life and never seen that before.
    Ha, when I lived in Geneva a few years ago there was a fair amount of grafitti around by people who were clearly trying to imitate stuff they'd seen elsewhere. I also saw a tagged hedge, which to me indicated a failure to grasp the basic concept of tagging (leaving a semi-permanent signature on a building or public vehicle).
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    Cairo Street Art After the Revolution



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    Amazing. Some of that shit is up there with the Book of Kells, no jokes.
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    You see trees tagged all the time... well, not here, but at home you did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowtrain View Post
    You see trees tagged all the time... well, not here, but at home you did.
    Do you mean with spray-paint, rather than the traditional 'Dave 4 Sarah 4 eva' carved on the trunk with a penknife?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    Do you mean with spray-paint, rather than the traditional 'Dave 4 Sarah 4 eva' carved on the trunk with a penknife?
    Yeah, proper silver/gold 14 year old spray paint tags.

    I will take some photos over Christmas.

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    Ha, great. Wish I'd taken a photo of my Swiss hedge-tagger now.

    There's actually a tag I know from London that I saw in Geneva, and another I recognised in Barcelona. Funny to think there are these A-list international taggers flying from city to city, leaving their sign wherever they go.
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    https://plus.google.com/u/0/10738315...ts/KEAfGEvKBcC
    some of these could also fit the wonderful photos thread


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    There's actually a tag I know from London that I saw in Geneva, and another I recognised in Barcelona. Funny to think there are these A-list international taggers flying from city to city, leaving their sign wherever they go.
    this was fairly common even in the pre-internet days as many writers had an international profile due to the influence of magazines like fat cap and graphotism and events like fulhams unity jam which always had international artists.

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