Sunday, 19 September 2010


Most graffiti is of the basic, advisory kind, merely informing its reader that "Screffo is a grass" or that "Someone loves Someone Else", which is all very well, if not particulalry inspiring. Occasionally though you get something more profound, more akin to an aphorism than the informational.  Like this one, seen in Newington in the city centre.  The whole street is walled on both sides and has become the home to a variety of graffiti which strays into political comment and such profound (and presumably unintentional) statements as seen here.

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