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GRAFFITI – Gorfjam 2014 in Sevenoaks Park

A wander into Grangetown’s Sevenoaks Park revealed a whole host of brand new graffiti on the 140m legal wall that runs along the perimeter of the city’s park. Previously being used for Roxejams over the past few years it was time to hold the latest Graffiti Jam-type event this time called The Gorfjam! Held in […]

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GRAFFITI by 3Dom, Sepr and Epok

A fantastic legal graffiti wall is housed alongside a railway track at Sevenoaks Park in Grangetown, Cardiff. The wall is ceremonally painted each year as part of The Roxejam event with other updates throughout the year. A walk past on a chilly Sunday afternoon brought my attention to a really colourful piece that I have […]

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GRAFFITI – Roxejam 2012

Now in it’s sixth year the ‘RoxeJam’ was originally set up in 2007 by Lou Lockwood as a memorial to her son Bill (aka local street artist Roxer), who had died in a road accident. After a wash-out Summer this was luckily the one week when it was dry and extremely sunny with pure blue […]

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MYSTERY-Terminator moles discovered in Grangetown?

Whilst passing through the Grangetown suburb of Cardiff and wandering down Cornwall Street, something caught my attention out of the corner of my eyes. I stopped and looked at this phenomenon appearing up Chester Street. What was it?

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GRAFITTI-Roxejam 2011

The RoxeJam was originally set up in 2007 by Lou Lockwood as a memorial to her son Bill(aka Roxer), who had died in a road accident. Prior to the event all the previous artwork was painted over with black paint ready for this year’s creations. Previous blog post about the blacked out wall at https://djleekee.wordpress.com/2011/07/25/grafitti-preparations-for-roxejam-2011/ […]

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PHOTOS-Canal Parade, Butetown.

Taking a different route back from Cardiff Bay and veering down a slightly dodgy-looking side-street called Canal Parade. (Someone crossed off the obvious letter on the sign for humourous effect – and yes i still titter nearly everytime I see it!) The street didn’t look particularly inviting and looked quite run down, with some new […]

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GRAFFITI-Spades ‘blob character’ used for Referendum Vote poster

Venturing via a different route in the back-end of town and passing over this ‘well-decorated’ railway bridge – set all alone amongst an area going through huge redevelopment – located between the edge of the City Centre, Grangetown and Cardiff Bay. (Which part of Cardiff would you say this is actually within? answers on a […]

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PHOTOS-RoxeJam Graffiti event in Cardiff.

The RoxeJam was originally set up in 2007 by Lou Lockwood as a memorial to her son Bill(aka Roxe), who had died in a road accident. It’s a 2 day free event held at SevenOaks Park in Grangetown, Cardiff bringing together all elements of hip hop culture and graffiti with support from Cardiff Council and […]

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