Grungetown lane

A typical view across most cities in the UK and a typical back street lane featuring rotting doors, car parts and rubbish – complete with a fair splattering of graffiti too. Larger than most, this back street lane in the Grangetown part of Cardiff, has attracted a variety of graffiti emblazoned on the crumbling walls…

Skull Attack

The legal graffiti wall running alongside the River Taff near Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium had become a showcase for the city’s street art where there was one last paint before it was made to stop to make way for the UEFA Champions League Final earlier in 2017. One of the last pieces painted was this pink…

Roadside Craic

A once busy, bustling area of Cardiff full of warehouses, garages and industrial units. (Would you call this area Grangetown or Leckwith?) But recently a lot of car showrooms have moved elsewhere in the city and now the area has become a bit neglected thus resulting in some large hoardings being erected around the vacant…

Millennium Walk away

After proudly showcasing street art and graffiti on a long wall near the Millennium Stadium for the last couple of years … it was now time for change … apparently! We know that all good things must come to an end but here Cardiff Council have slapped signs all over the street art announcing the…

Helter Skulter

Set in the heart of Cardiff Bay and only a stones throw away from the Wales Millennium Centre is a half constructed building which has stood empty for many years now. Originally painted by Rmer and Tizer their previous work can be viewed by clicking the image or link below:- https://diffgraff.wordpress.com/drinking-the-bay/ So over the weekend…

Cool Fuel You’ll Drool Ghoul Mur-al

Peaceful Progress was commissioned to paint for the Fuel rock club in Cardiff’s Womanby st. Taking inspiration from one of the biggest and most iconic bands Iron Maiden – the artist chose to immortalise the band’s ‘Eddie’ on the front of the rock venue. To the right hand side is the mascot for the British…

Elm Street Summer

After a relatively dry Summer and time for a whole host of Cardiff’s street artists to take to the safe surroundings to the lanes of Elm Street. A strikingly colourful skull from Rmer takes centre stage – now becoming one of the artist’s trademark pieces. A total assault on the senses – the colours all…

Liquid skull

Another trip down the Elm Street lanes in the Roath park of the city reveal more cracking work from local artists. This time featuring work from local artist Rmer who painted this blue skull in the Summer of 2014. (yes we did have one!) Titled ‘Liquid Skull/Blue Dragon’ by the artist this piece shows incredible…

Chops in The City

Popping up recently around the Pontcanna part of Cardiff are some tags and skull detail from relatively new artist Chops. The first one appeared just off Cathedral Road on the side of Riverside House. Nestling amongst all the parked cars – most people just passed this by without batting an eyelid. The other one was…

Colour Doomed – ‘Stand up’

Needing no introduction another striking piece by local artist Colour Doomed features in the alleys off Northcote Lanes in Roath, Cardiff. Featuring a really colourful skeleton singing his heart out into a mic. Strikingly warm colours enhanced by the strong low Winter sunshine – really love that drip effect onto the floor too.