Graffiti Art at Bondi Beach, Australia

When tastefully created, graffiti is an art form, and not vandalism. Graffiti art tends to give the impression of an individual intrusion into public spaces, claiming a sense of shared ownership. It is personal expression for public consumption, whether you like it or not. The graffiti art on the walls surrounding Bondi Beach, near Sydney Australia was a delightful discovery on my part. The wall stood out in its surroundings. The graffiti was more a contribution than an intrusion, I think.  There were some quieter images among the louder ones.  I was even fortunate enough to watch an artist at work.

No graffiti? An irony all right.

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