Verrückt wohl wahr. Aber was wären unsere urbanen Dschungel ohne diese nicht gerade dezenten Hinweise. Graffiti als Spiegel unseres Daseins. Das gefällt mir gut. Sehr gut, Markus!
Viele Grüße & weiterhin sichere Straßen, Fritsch.
Ja, und doch sinkt der Bürger wohlig zurück – die einen machen Geschäfte, die anderen halten mit Graffiti dagegen, ab so wirklich in Unruhe versetzt ihn nichts…
Madness in Brussels, where my son is living. Where he writes on the walls from time to time. Is he the giant who made this mad?
If so, Francis, I hope he is careful enough. In Germany they make the sprayers pay for the cleaning – if they can get them, that is.
I like what they have done to the side of this building and the graffiti seems appropriate enough, almost as if it was meant to be part of the design which, to my eye, has a certain amount of mad genius about it though I assume that what has really happened is simply the removal of a dwelling from the side of the building. Still, I will continue to pretend the whole look was intentional 🙂
That’s the interesting effect of such a scenery and its photography: now we have room to speculate. And I am curious how the sprayers managed to create such huge letters. Did they use a ladder? Obviously the letters were created after whatever building had been demolished and the remaining wall protected again. Strange.
Sometimes a little amount of madness makes things more interesting, at least less boring 🙂
In such a grey city at least a bit of madness is a necessity, Robert!
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