Wednesday, 22 February 2012

The Tunnel




Waterloo, London

14 comments:

Sylvia K said...

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

bailey-road.com said...

Wow!

La Mode Operandi said...

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.

Andrea said...

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.

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Ghastly. Overwhelming. And once all the space is used . . . an odd feeling,institutionalising something free-range.

DeeBee L. said...

This is absolutely fabulous! I have a fascination for graffiti and honestly i think they make these old dirty scruffy walls look fun!

Filip Demuinck said...

Just amazing, how did you discover this place?

Greetings,
Filip

Lowell said...

Grotesque and a sad commentary on the human race.

Photo Cache said...

wow, that's some serious artwork there :)

Halcyon said...

I think this is a good idea. Hopefully it cuts down on graffiti in other areas.

NixBlog said...

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. :-)

Lalockert said...

Love these! :)

Fabien said...

Impressionnant comme la liberté suscite l'expression. A suivre...

cieldequimper said...

That's incredible.

I'm surprised how nice the comment on Mohammed's mausoleum is...