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Sunday, 11 December 2022

Santa Graffiti Merry Christmas

Santa Graffiti 
Merry Christmas


 Art by @t01l3_


Found under the bridge on Tettenhall Rd, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton WV6 0JZ part of the national cycle route 81

Grinch Christmas graffiti manchester

Grinch Christmas graffiti manchester 


Location Barton Docks

Trafford Park Railway

By the mid 1980s most of the network had become overgrown and neglected. Throughout the 1990s, as Trafford Park was redeveloped, much of the track was dismantled and crossings removed or tarmacked. However, sections of line do remain albeit isolated and unusable. The branch to Barton Dock freight terminal adjacent to the Trafford Centre became the last part of the maintained system (entirely within Trafford Park) to close. The track was lifted in 2014.

Sunday, 30 October 2022

Exclusive new Halloween Graffiti manchester city centre

Exclusive new Halloween Graffiti manchester city centre

Halloween Graffiti by @katiescott_creative @_peachzz_ #streetart #manchester #graffitiphotography #graffitiart #graffiti #urbangraffiti #urbanstreetart #manchestergraffiti #technitoudromou #halloween #spookyseason #northenquarter

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Halloween Freddy Krueger Graffiti

Happy Halloween from Freddy Krueger  

Freddy Krueger Graffiti

at Chorlton Ees Nature Reserve

video Freddy Krueger Graffiti Mural


Located in the depths of the Chorlton Ees Nature Reserve lies the former Mersey Valley Water Pumping Station Secret Concrete Graffiti Temple, AKA [incorrectly in terms of local council boundaries] Withington Pumping Station.

It's a super brutalist concrete structure that's currently abandoned so has become a spot to paint without any outside interference. It's worth a visit - 

Frankenstein street art graffiti Bristol

Frankenstein Halloween graffiti street art Bristol

 This outstanding Frankenstein’s monster piece is definitely a Halloween contribution from Kosc, an artist on fire at the moment. Look at how the piece stands out and demands to be looked at against the dreary backdrop of hoardings and buffed wall outside the Blue Mountain.

This series of greyscale pieces set on an orange background is becoming a bit of a strong theme in Kosc’s portfolio, and a thoroughly enjoyable one at that. There is great use of tone in this piece, providing depth and facial contours that lift the features on the monster’s face so well.

I first came across this artist’s work in Moon Street, which runs parallel with Stokes Croft at the back of Blue Mountain, and it would seem that this is a spot favoured by Kosc. This is good news indeed, because few artists seem to bother with the area these days, compared to a few years ago. Great stuff, and enjoy a spooky evening

#bristolgraff  #bristolgraffiti #streetartbristol #bristolstreetart #Upfest

Tuesday, 4 October 2022

Hidden Graffiti Hall of Fame M6 Moterway Birmingham

Hidden graffiti hall of fame M6 Motorway Birmingham 

Big shouts @flash_frb @fates_tsk swae @tempo33_twc @hoakser for a rad day with rad people. 1 wall with more styles than TK MAX !

Writers from TWC FKS FRB IDF ADZ TSK KBS and VFP Crews representing

#birminghamstreetart #birminghamgraffiti #graffitiart #westmidlandsgraffiti #graffitibirmingham #streetart #streetartbirmingham #brumstreetart #brumgraff #brumgraffiti


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