Stickers and stencils around Brick Lane in London. This post is very long but all the work featured is beautiful and so so so ephemeral (scroll to the end of the post to find out why)
Some days after and all the works are gone! The last picture shows the cleaning workers in action:
Pictures by WWT
Street art around Brick Lane in London. It is not anymore the edgiest area around and its currently heavily gentrified, but for the moment there is still some artistic expressiveness. At least until the developers take over.Pictures by WWT
The importance of knowing now where you are!
Graffity in Stratford, East London. Photo by WWT.
Huge graffiti @Kriezotou st, Athens, Center by Greek artist Panos Sklavenitis.
Vinz Feel Free‘s Don’t be Afraid / No tengas miedo, dedicated to the mujeres del carbón (female miners and miner’s wives) Senate protest in Madrid against austerity measures, and commissioned by the Incubarte V Festival, was mutilated after a three days time.
Morbid part: it was done by policemen.
Best part: they were caught on video.
Double bedroom in Au vieux panier hotel @Marseille, France, designed by graffiti artist Tilt.
Photography by BigAddict.
Works on the streets of the Greek capital reflect anger over the economic crisis / Via TIME / Photos: Orestis Panagiotou/EPA