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The Cultural World of Forgotten People: 99 Word Flash Fiction

“Look Pops. Someone’s painted on the wall. Mum sure would be mad.” “It’s graffiti Donald.” “What’s that.” “Writing or drawing on a wall. We all want to leave a mark. You know. The oldest graffiti, a hand,  is in Indonesia. … Continue reading

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Cairns or Markers of Humanity?: Silent Sunday

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Three Cities – Urban Art: Thursday’s Special

Sydney, Melbourne have galleries in alleys In Wellington, there’s room to spread their wings. In response to Paula’s Thursday’s Special  

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Anything Painted: Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

(5 photos) The painted ceilings of the Renaissance are still beautiful today. The painter at work. Behind him a painted wall. Peeling paint on a derelict building This derelict building has been painted giving it some beauty in its decay. … Continue reading

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