Saturday, 4 August 2012

Mile End Skate Park Graffiti - July

The ever-changing walls of Mile End Skate Park (London) are one of the few places a writer can paint without fear of arrest (unless you happen to be writing your tag at same time as passing cops who recognises it from elsewhere). On one level it sounds great but on another it also means that your work of art can be painted over in less than a day. In today's world of digital cameras the writer paints and then takes the shot for the album (or online social networks).  







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