Revolution of Dance

Graffiti, Cardiff
Graffiti, Cardiff

As the last minute Christmas shoppers made a beeline for Cardiff City Centre others found time for one last quick bit of graffiti before Christmas struck.

Featured on a few walls in the Riverside part of the city some stencils had appeared in a purple colour with the line:-

“Our dreams cannot fit in your laws.”

Further along the same road and some text has been daubed on somebody’s house featuring the line:-

“If I cannot dance, Is not my revolution.”

Graffiti, Cardiff
Graffiti, Cardiff
Graffiti, Cardiff
Graffiti, Cardiff

With the huge Millennium Stadium looming in the distance a green facility box was the target of two more stencils.

The first featuring a skull and some swords plus another stencil this time reading:-

“Our dreams cannot fit in their ballots.”

Graffiti, Cardiff
Graffiti, Cardiff

There’s no signature featured on any of the work – but they are all painted in the same colour purple which had also spread as far as Wood Street bridge near some phone boxes.

This time the word ‘poisson’ had been daubed onto two festive adverts for Greggs and Mcdonald’s.

Graffiti, Cardiff
Graffiti, Cardiff

Street art and graffiti can sometimes reflect a myriad of views and the current mood of a nation – where here these adverts have attracted some attention…..or maybe just a signature?

The advert below for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds was just amusing!

Graffiti, Cardiff
Graffiti, Cardiff

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