"Blogging isn't journalism, it's graffiti with punctuation."

More from Clet Abraham

I had found one of these in Soho in December, and one of my readers informed me that this is by Clet Abraham.

This is much better than the first one I found, because it is unblemished, and you can appreciate the work that much more. This was on Greek Street in Soho, London.

What I really like about these simply-designed stickers, is that they remind us that the government has a monopoly on the language of the street, and the language used to paint the street. But who do the streets belong to, if not the people? Clet Abraham is launching an attack on the streets, and everyone is invited.

Check out Clet Abraham on Twitter… and me while you’re at it!


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