Paul - who brings friendly nonsense (blur_kiwi) wrote,
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Glastonbury graffiti

For no other reason than because I like it, I've decided to post this photo of a piece of graffiti I took in Glastonbury a few weeks ago. I don't condone willful damage but I'm the first to acknowledge that some graffiti is stunningly beautiful. To me this particular piece of graffiti is in the grand tradition of the political cartoon. It is well thought out, well executed and visually appealing and it draws on a wonderful British literary icon to get the message across. 

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