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    Default Graffitti around the City

    Lately I have been noticing some cool graffitti in strange places where in not alot of people will see it...

    Thought it might make a nice alternative thread!

    Some at the back of Hardman St



    Some near Mason St in Edge Hill


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    Quote Originally Posted by MissInformed View Post
    Lately I have been noticing some cool graffitti in strange places where in not alot of people will see it...

    Thought it might make a nice alternative thread!

    Some at the back of Hardman St



    Some near Mason St in Edge Hill

    I can't see the pics Missy
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    Banksy's cat/rat on the former White House pub was part of the 2004 Biennial,
    so presumably he had permission to do it.

    Here's one of Stok's in Prince's Park.
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    I too love graffiti, true works of art. Tried a bit myself on the old shelters along Otterspool in the early 1990s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FKoE View Post
    BLOODY AMERICANS COMING HERE WITH THEIR FUNNY MONEY AND NICKING OUR BIRDS...

    What d'yer mean, I left and nicked one of theirs.
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    Stoks great, a month or so ago I watched him and some of the others from the TCT crew do pieces in Roscoe street car park, it was a great experience and I hope to see him at HUB this year. Its a shame to see someones lit a fire on his Chinatown Treatment piece ruining it. I don't know why someone would want to do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Downey View Post
    Stoks great, a month or so ago I watched him and some of the others from the TCT crew do pieces in Roscoe street car park, it was a great experience and I hope to see him at HUB this year. Its a shame to see someones lit a fire on his Chinatown Treatment piece ruining it. I don't know why someone would want to do this.
    Downey, have u seen the 2006 HUB pics?
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    Works by the guerilla graffiti artist Banksy are to go under the hammer at Sotheby's. continues....

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    Not quite grafitti but it brightens up a drab gable end dunnit.

    It's the side wall of Daleys House which is a posh sounding name for the building that was alongside the United Powers pub and which once housed Ma Daley's pet shop - complete with puppy dogs, caged in the window (and some did have waggily tails)

    It's on Tithebarn street at the top of Cunliffe street.
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    Charlotte Backhouse, 23, and Ian Town, 24, each pleaded guilty at Liverpool Crown Court to 22 charges of damaging property. more

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    You'd think the writing would be on the wall following their arrest but watch them walk away scott free because jails are overcrowded and as students they have no assets or means to pay a fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    You'd think the writing would be on the wall
    No wonder Ken Dodd still works with jokes like that

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    I really like this thread.
    I have just been up Smithdown Road, facing Mustard Bar (Holyoake Hall) and spotted this great 'art' on a cable box.





    I also saw this one of Lennon on the wall leading to the penny lane retail park thingy..



    Please excuse my pics, they are only taken on my phone!

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    There's a certain irony about this graffitied sign in the Dingle and its underlying words
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    I have always liked this art, and have often thought that I'd like to get a 'graffiti' artist to do a piece of work at my home. Perhaps on a wall in the back garden or on a wall inside the house.

    I suppose it would be quite hard to find someone to do such a piece of work, unless of course you knew someone personally.

    It's a great form of art, which I love, when it's not done somewhere it will cause annoyance.

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    Give a dog a bad name. Almost art !!
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    Stencil Art - Plenty of Graf Artists use this technique.
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    Two art students who went on a two-year graffiti spree in Liverpool have been spared prison.

    Ian Town, 24, and 23-year-old Charlotte Backhouse, both from South Drive, West Derby, admitted 26 charges of damaging property at Liverpool Crown Court.

    The couple are believed to have caused damage estimated at about 65,000.
    Both were given nine month sentences which were suspended for two years after their university lecturer gave them glowing testimonies.

    John Young, a senior lecturer in graphic art at Liverpool John Moores University, said he believed the pair had ceased criminal behaviour by the time of their arrest in 2006. more...

    Has anyone snapped the pair's work? I've seen it all over Liverpool:




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    Just wonder how much of it is stencilled ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
    Two art students who went on a two-year graffiti spree in Liverpool have been spared prison.

    Ian Town, 24, and 23-year-old Charlotte Backhouse, both from South Drive, West Derby, admitted 26 charges of damaging property at Liverpool Crown Court.

    The couple are believed to have caused damage estimated at about 65,000.
    Both were given nine month sentences which were suspended for two years after their university lecturer gave them glowing testimonies.

    John Young, a senior lecturer in graphic art at Liverpool John Moores University, said he believed the pair had ceased criminal behaviour by the time of their arrest in 2006. more...

    Has anyone snapped the pair's work? I've seen it all over Liverpool:





    I wish they'd gone down for it. They've done a few nice pieces but a majority of their stuff is simply obnoxious tagging.

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    With house prices shooting up, I suppose this makes sense. Spotted on Smithdown rd near entrance to Wavertree Playground
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    Words of Hope. I think they refer to the shopping precinct which like many others in Liverpool deteriorated badly with the advent of the large Supermarkets. These central parade shops are due for demolition to be replaced by a new shopping centre ironically based aroud yet another supermarket.
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    Well we woke up on Sunday morning to find someone had stencilled our front door ,It was a stencil of bleedin Arnie Swarz whatever his name is, of all people to have on your door, i was bloody livid , Had to buy graffitti remover , which brought it off completly , They also stencilled a neighbours garage doors , They seem to like the white flat surface . I've had a laugh about it since , but i'd still like to rearrange the culprits teeth ,

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    Here are all the Banksy pics tagged with 'Liverpool' from the Banksy Flickr Group.

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    This is on a wall between Park Road and Malta Street.
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    I love graffiti art thats done well, rather than random tags, theres even magazines like graphitism now which goes to show its taken more seriously. I go to a studio space in parr street, used to love seeing the changes on the jump ship rat walls, its now a greek restaurant. Does anyone have photos from that?

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