There is one that is just like that maybe even identical in Manchester. On Hull near 5th.
what is it? It looks hideous.
I can’t read it but think it looks cool. I hope it gets to stick around for a while.
my guess is that this person does not live anywhere near either one of those locations. the analog tapedeck is kind of cool but the horrible lettering looks like a weak attempt at “Wild Style”
There’s another one over 20 miles away from the city. I’m thinking it’s some sort of obscure ad campaign. It looks like four letters. A-something-O-R?
Zoom into the picture and there is a picture behind the lettering. This took a long time to do and it always amazes me that no one is caught while it’s in progress.
One typically can’t read graffiti and maybe that’s the point to us unartistic types. The picture isn’t harming anything and in fact is making a drab empty billboard a bit more cheery.
I just saw one of these the other day. I think it must have been Northside, because I don’t really go anywhere else.
I love it! It’s not on the side of a building, and I agree, it’s better than some cheap billboard ad.
There were 2 exact ones on midlo today
I saw this this morning and wondered how long has that been there? I also wondered how someone could perch up there for 5 hours and spray paint, uninterrupted.
Good job RPD.
I actually thought at least this guy has more talent than the kid that went around spraying “last” on everything.
It’s a new ad campaign… can’t remember what it’s for, but there will be info gradually added.
Geico Gecko Tags Richmond (Style 2/2/10)
The signs include no indication that they’re sponsored advertisements, appearing as yet another city surface defaced by thugs as a way to catch the eye and grab attention. In coming weeks, Jones says, the ads will evolve to include information about First Tee.
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