Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Graffiti Art and Nambucca Heads

  Throughout the 20th century, World War Two seemed to mark the real recognition of modern graffiti. “Kilroy was here” became a popular cultural American expression in the form of graffiti; it depicted a doodle of Kilroy peeking over a wall. Similarly, Australians adopted a nation the nation wide graffiti – “Foo was here”. “Mr. Chad” was another popular graffiti subject of the times, which portrayed a face with eyes and nose hanging over a wall saying “What No ….?More...

 Nambucca Heads and Her Graffiti Wall

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