below: A television family. The rabbit ears are quaint.
below: Crying eyes
below: Throwing each other away. Are any of us really disposable?
below: A more positive message – butterflies and love
below: I suspect that it’s a protest that is political in nature but because of my lack of Greek I’m not sure.
below: I think that this is the face that is stenciled the most. Che Guevara may have died in 1967 but his face lives on.
Athens has lots of concrete pillars on its streets and many have graffiti on them. The next few photos are some of those pillars.
More street art from East London, September 2016
below: Paste ups on a door
below: By number 57, a mask by Crisp
below: Dressed in orange robes and running shoes…
with a hope of peace, by Unify
below: A large hedgehog by ROA
below: All on a grey fence
- A large love card, a king and queen perhaps.
- Two drawn portraits by Veil. [how to be invisible: have a name that returns millions of hits when you search for it, none of them yours]
- A cartoon character wearing a London Bobby hat… the words at the bottom say “at a tremendous speed the rocket zips into space 1993.”
- A collage of many photos of a man’s neck and ear, a studded collar and a woman’s fingers with long fingernails, all in a sickly green colour.
- Some ace nylon stickers.
below: Silently standing still, cowboy and mannequin.
below: Reading comics together