It’s been hard not to notice this phenomenon in the Student/Lisburn Road areas of Belfast over the past week, as “IT’S A SHAM” has been stencilled into various walls in green.
Meanwhile, I managed to get some other Graffiti photos on my wee tour around Belfast today.
This one, appears on the bridge as you walk into Windsor Park via the Lisburn Road. Maybe i’m a bit naive, but i’d like to think that there would be some graffiti artists code of conduct regarding painting over other artists work.
Sadly, the bridge has declined aesthetically over the years as local yoofs think their own artwork is worthy of being painted over artistic interpretations of Northern Ireland’s footballing folklore moments.
Apologies for the poor photo, I took it on my phone about 6 years ago. It should be Gerry Armstrong’s winning goal against Spain in the 1982 World Cup.
Found this, on my way home through the Holylands, which has recently just been put up.
Eglantine Avenue proved to be the most productive in terms of graffiti spotting.
Very striking colourwise, but I don’t have a clue what it all means. Enjoy