Art or plain vandalism? Under Bedlington Bridge

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trikermike on May 23, 2009

Depends on ones point of view, surely this is not freely viewd, being under the bridge and out of the public eye, good shot skida nice to see you out and about again.

Take care, pop in for a welcome cuppa if you are in the neighborhood!

Mike

Theolfa on May 23, 2009

Both. The top is art and I wish Sevez could create on paper or canvas and not have someone else deface his work. the rest is vandalism. Theolfa

skida on May 23, 2009

Cheers Mike and Theolfa. I am impressed Theolfa: I can never read these things.

Mike: I am off Tues, Wed and Thurs (two rest days and a hospital appointment) so I will give you a bell sometime before then.

Keith

trikermike on May 23, 2009

Ok marra, I'm in aal day Tuesday me new screen gets delivered, Wednesday aav got the woman who does doing her thing, you can join us for a wee bitty lunch at mine? Thorsday aav nowt planned, so gizza shout like!

Love to ya both

Mike

Theolfa on May 23, 2009

It's only my opinion,Keith and I'm open to correction. Cheers! Theolfa

trikermike on May 27, 2009

Thanks blai, I think that GOOD tagging is an art form, but there is a lot of rubbish around, I will never comprehend why some 'numties' deface the art that others produce, as in doing so they are defacing some good forms, why not find a wee space of their own? (like on a train line or busy Motorway)

Cheers Mate!

Mike

skida on May 27, 2009

I also agree with Mike, blai. The big black and white "tag" has a pleasing form, but the rest is quite ugly.

Best regards, Keith

tonyloo on June 18, 2009

I say it's art but bad choice for a canvas. The top one is for sure art but the bottom one I'm not sure but it looks like garbage to me.

skida on June 18, 2009

I agree with you tonyloo. It is a shame the higher one has been spoiled by all the dross.

Keith

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