PHOTOS-Graffiti in South West England

Taking an elongated pub crawl from Cornwall to Dorset(i wasn’t driving!) calling in at Plymouth and Exeter before getting to Poole. Here is a very small selection of graffiti I found whilst staggering the streets.

Exeter Graffiti

Exeter Graffiti

Plymouth Graffiti

Exeter Graffiti

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Exeter Graffiti

Exeter Graffiti

Plymouth GraffitiExeter Graffiti

Exeter GraffitiExeter Graffiti

Exeter Graffiti

Click the link below to view the complete slideshow of all the images taken.
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2 Responses to “PHOTOS-Graffiti in South West England”

  1. I think spraycan tagging is toy it show you are with respect for your fellow man. Let me be your rollmodel on this get you self some small stickers write with style and pasion then stick your stickers round the city. From old skool .

  2. Stickers? Burn down the fucking rails.

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