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This website showcases graffiti photos from Scotland (especially Glasgow and Edinburgh graffiti), and anywhere else I can get to. So far that includes Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Bristol, Brussels, London, Lyon, Marseille, Paris, Seville and Warsaw. There are also photos other people have sent in, including graffiti from Holland, Canada, Australia and more. I also put some other photos that aren't related to graffiti on here occasionally.

The 20 most recent photos:

[stencil marcel duchamp r mutt urinal fountain] [butterfly stencil] [parrot stencil] [stencil popular internet klingatron] [snakes on a plane quote stencil samuel jackson] [naked fear stencil] [dicemental dice] [dicemental dice stencil] [pacman ghost stencil] [stencil girl] [stencil] [stencil devils] [stencil tree klingatron] [stencil public free space] [graffiti] [graffiti flirt] [graffiti] [graffiti ohks] [graffiti] [graffiti]
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Chinese Olympic graffiti

Posted on 16 Jul 11:23 AM
Story about Chinese graffiti in the run up to the 2008 Olympics, with some of it being tacitly encouraged by the authorities. Plus a video of the graffiti in question (in Chinese). Add your comments

New gallery in Glasgow

Posted on 15 Jul 9:22 AM
Recoat Gallery has just opened up, exhibiting graphic art, illustration, photography and graffiti and also selling some clothes, books, accessories and jewellery. They have work by CRASHONE and DAZE from NY in their opening show.
323 North Woodside Road (next door to the Woodside Social), 12-8pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Add your comments

Seventh Day Project - 7/7/7

Posted on 11 Jul 10:32 PM
New 7th Day project film up, featuring Risk Add your comments

Newcastle council cancel graffiti projects, legal walls

Posted on 09 Jul 8:45 PM
"There will be some scope for community arts projects, maybe to brighten up a building, but if it is paint spray art that the man in the street would regard as graffiti, it won’t happen." Comments: 2

Police get hi-tec against graffiti in Edinburgh

Posted on 27 Jun 7:45 AM
Police + Graffiti
Scotsman article, as always the comments are brilliant. Comments: 3

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