Friday, October 1, 2010

Theme Day: Graffiti

graffiti on a park signWe have seen the “Parco Centro Città” just yesterday, this is how the taggers appreciate the sign with the park rules and regulations.


28 comments:

Elettra said...

farei fare anni di prigione a chi imbratta beni pubblici,ho visto troppe volte monumenti storici e palazzi del 1500 rovinati da disegni obbrobbiosi,la cosa strana è che si definiscono artisti quindi permettetemi di urlargli che sono solo dei vandali.

P.S.Chiedo scusa per lo sfogo

Jacob said...

Ugh. This is a sickness taking over the world. These people are sub-human degenerates.

Luis Gomez said...

How sad VP!

ρομπερτ said...

Same over here as well. Made me many times unable to read a time table or alike.
On the other side, a "good" mean to measure time and life.
Please have a good new month and Friday too.

daily athens

Leif Hagen said...

Naughty graffiti! Perfect example for theme day - not artistic like some of the others but interesting!

Farmchick said...

We do have some vadelism in my small town, but not really any graffiti. This is sad.

J Bar said...

That's sad.

Randy said...

This is sad, it's all over I guess. Question is, how do you stop it?

Hilda said...

Sigh. I absolutely hate graffiti like this!

Dina said...

Well, better here than on benches.

Jilly said...

Just like the mindless graffiti in Menton.

There's a post for you on Monte Carlo Daily Photo today!

Menton Daily Photo

Monte Carlo Daily Photo

Small City Scenes said...

I haven't seen anything like this in Stanwood but then again maybe maintenence is quick with a paintbrush. I hope so. MB

Gunn said...

Sad,clear message on top of the info!:(

joo said...

What can I say - unfortunatelly there are many examples like this everywhere. I hate them!

Babzy said...

Very original ;)

Tinsie said...

LOL! I took lots of photos of park rule signs when I was in Italy. I was fascinated by them, as we don't have them in London (or Athens for that matter). Never came across one that was so liberally ...commented on. Great find!

B SQUARED said...

These guys seem to be at the bottom of the "graffiti food chain."

brattcat said...

Interesting choice for theme day, VP, as usual.

Mo said...

they need a few mentors in street art

Halcyon said...

Hmmm... not so nice. I wonder if those symbols really mean anything?

This was a pretty tough theme day for me. But I finally found something!

Lois said...

I guess they must have a point to this, but I have yet to figure it out!

JM said...

B SQUARED's comment says it all! These scumbags are everywhere!

Cezar and Léia said...

This one is really messed up!
God bless you!
Cezar

Hood Photo Blog said...

Happy Theme Day - great post for "graffiti"

Have a wonderful weekend :)

Hood Photo Blog

Kate said...

I do not think that this is the most effective way to protest. Serves to make many people just plain disgusted and angry. Good choice.

gogouci said...

It's a shame they can't be respectful of the public's property.

Steffe said...

Now that is ugly. Unfortunately I see signs like this one every day.

Francisca said...

You can see we (including you) are a group of aesthetes, VP... feel very strongly against this kind of defacement. Even the well done "artistic" ones are just not welcome if not invited.