Along came a Spider, so happy that Phlegm paid us a visit, love this so much, it was worth the brambles and everything. D7606, ready to use wheatpaste, my favourite shade. C3, these ladies are developing nicely,gorgeous. Eug, got a strange taste in underwear, like the tattoos though. 🙂 Rialto and Earth, getting busy, which is a good thing I think.Brayk Graff ‘The coldest flame in Sheffield’, know the feeling.J Davies Arts, eye popping letters.007, old piece ( the writer sadly died in 2000) uncovered by clearance of vegetation on railtracks, very well preserved.Mila K, looking good, as always, fun to find, as always… This Alex Ekins Raven wheatpaste is definitely one of my favourites. Stunning Lord of the Rings themed wall from Mace, Surge, Gzos and Shadyone Amp.Evo, Pawski and Shoe,very handsome portrait of a fellow in the middle there 😉Coloquix, seeing double and with the reflection almost double double!! Skint and Sico, way too cool for school. Class of 2015 by CoLor, I’m particularly fond of the little details on this. Hungry Horace seemed to disappear altogether, but perhaps not,this doesn’t look new but it’s certainly not as old as his other stuff, the plot thickens….
Although it was City of Colours that got me down to Birmingham, I did have a little wander to see some of the other sights of the city, well graff sites that is……How fitting to find Brum in Brum!Found a cheeky Bint around the back of a derelict factory. Wise words indeed.Omeza, a new name to me, really like his style. Large stencil of a child or a small man, you decide. Good little urbex spot well trashed, just how I like it. 🙂Another Omeza stunner, it was a wonderful surprise to find this.Roid MSK, next level.The Infamous Vomet.Lisk Bot, my hero!Super Shady One Amp.Stoe, up and down the M1 on a regular basis I think.Pref,I got chills…Hores? Gent48, wonderful!
Lews and Skank, so clever this, love it!Very special place, some truly amazing work.Everybody loves babies, right?Tame was a 16 year old graffiti writer who died doing what he loved,so sad. Nice to see that this has remained untouched.
So Birmingham, it’s worth a visit, seriously.