Yesterday we went to the Tonga vs Georgia match at Kingsholm in Gloucester. It was a great game, and I was probably on telly again but I’ve not watched the recording of the match yet. As you can see we were pretty close to the pitch. Not a bad view really, and despite my phone camera failing I can (just about) use the Selfie camera. Gloucester usually has some cracking street art, and this week lots of new work has appeared. So new in fact we walked past as one artist was spraypainting a wall. If you are visiting Gloucester for the Rugby World Cup I strongly recommend you walk down the alleys and shortcuts to see the art. This is linked up to #MySundayPhoto on OD3G blog. Remember all these were on a Selfie camera on the front of my phone and I couldn’t see what I was snapping […]
It seems the posts where I share local street art are popular, so here is a large bit of street art by “TRIX”. Although I have no idea who they are, I see this name on art about town. I have photographed this to remember it, in case it get removed. I adore graffiti work like this, it must have taken so many hours, and I can tell you it took weeks and months to appear there.
I’ve captured more artwork in case it gets painted over. I suspect this is to do with Syria.
Here is another cracking bit of Gloucester street art, as my last graffiti post seemed popular.
This doesn’t need any words! In Gloucester someone really knows how to paint. Its tempting to start blogging each bit of beautiful graffiti I see. What do you reckon, is this art or vandalism?
Who says graffiti is vandalism? Who could possibly object to such art? I saw this today and had to photograph it. I want to print it, it is glorious. It’s signed simply as “Beastie”