Posts Tagged ‘graffiti’

London Road

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

“The average person thinks they’re more intelligent than average. Do you think you are more intelligent than the average person?”

I could only fit the second half of the artwork in my little viewfinder. There you are.

2nd April 2008

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008

This painted caravan just appeared in field half way between Chester and Helsby a few weeks ago. It looks really defiant against the backdrop of farm sheds and trees. These last few days images exhaust my local knowledge of graffiti art, unless anyone knows any good spots around Chester/North Wales?

1st April 2008

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008

Pedestrian bridge, Chester ring road, Upton.

An inspired graffiti artist has painted an amplifier graphic onto one of the concrete bases of this bridge. It looks great as you drive past. I took several wide-angle shots here, but I like the simple symmetry of this one.

31st March 2008

Monday, March 31st, 2008

This disused railtrack runs [under the A55] near Chester, and is regularly used by graffiti artists as a legal painting venue. It’s different every time I go back and you never know what amazing art you will find painted on the concrete walls here. I would love to meet one of the artists, but I have never seen anyone here. [Sustrans] are developing a cycle route along this track soon – I do hope the permission to paint here will still stand, so more people will get access this ever changing art.