Graffiti Art in Athens

Some nice pictures from The Guardian. Some of the descriptions/interpretations offered in the captions are quite vague, or clearly wrong, but nevertheless the pictures here of Athens’ vibrant graffiti art scene are well worth perusing. There’s even one of Loukanikos, Greece’s “Riot Dog.” Now, that was a dog who knew what side to take.

 

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3 Responses to Graffiti Art in Athens

  1. Marybeth Nelson says:

    Amazing talent…

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