Another new graffiti spot today, and a big thank you goes to UTV.
They did a report on Thursday night about visitors from Barcelona and New York when I spotted it, as they filmed an interview on Garfield Street, inbetween Royal Avenue and the offices of the Human Rights consortium.
I’d already been there a few months ago to photograph some other artwork there, which turned out to be by local artist Kev Largey.
Further down the street is a tribute to Andy Warhol’s ‘Campbell’s Soup’ piece, entitled ‘Community Confidence’.
Unfortunately, they were blocked off by railings so I couldn’t get a proper photograph.
Apologies in advance for the picture quality. The drab and overcast weather this afternoon wasn’t very friendly to a hobby photographer.
So, as our visitors from New York and Barcelona might complain about our transport infrastructure and the number of derelict buildings in Belfast City Centre, at least they got to see some good graffiti.