As the masthead to the blog testifies, I have a soft spot for Chinese graffiti. Something about the rebelliousness and angst in an otherwise monochromatic-feeling country is something I can relate to. Seeing a wall covered in detailed, colorful graffiti is like seeing a patch of forsythia blossoming on a tundra. Take a look at some of these photos, and hover over them for details (all photos by Hannah Lincoln).
Graffiti in China
17 Apr This entry was published on April 17, 2012 at 1:22 pm. It’s filed under China travel, 中国特色 and tagged Chinese graffiti. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.
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These are fantastic photographs! I always thought that the amount of graffiti in a city reflected the amount of young creativity the city was fostering. Mexico City and Seoul seemed to have Shanghai beat just a year ago, glad to see all this awesome art showing up on the streets of China.
Awesome blog! Love the stairs
Hahaha i love the dating advertisement.