It seems that tunnels all over the world resemble one another and seem to say the same things! These are terrific, fascinating captures, JM! Enjoy your evening!Sylvia
I have always associated the words: black market, gorilla and revolution with tunnels. There is something about these words that strike these underground locations as down-to-earth, literally and figuratively. whispering secrets, rebelling and banding together.
A nice documentation JM! I wonder if those people who likes to make graffitis have the same psyche. It is good to write in those designated places, but there's a lot of them here who writes in forbidden areas, so we don't like them. The styles are also like those in your photos.
Ghastly. Overwhelming. And once all the space is used . . . an odd feeling,institutionalising something free-range.
This is absolutely fabulous! I have a fascination for graffiti and honestly i think they make these old dirty scruffy walls look fun!
Just amazing, how did you discover this place?Greetings,Filip
Grotesque and a sad commentary on the human race.
wow, that's some serious artwork there :)
I think this is a good idea. Hopefully it cuts down on graffiti in other areas.
I can only imagine the smell of the fumes when these graffiti are being created. May contribute to the pre-existing brain damage of the perpetrators...Great photos, though. :-)
Love these! :)
Impressionnant comme la liberté suscite l'expression. A suivre...
That's incredible.I'm surprised how nice the comment on Mohammed's mausoleum is...
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