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One day whilst pottering around Pin Mill,
I chanced upon this graffiti on the wall
of one of the boatyards. Then I realised
that it wasn't really graffiti, but more of
an attempt at a crude piece of
Banksy-style impromptu artwork. But
where does the latter end and graffiti
begin? There are some very skilled
graffiti artists whose work can be seen in
many an odd corner, and yet this daub
here also has a certain charm and
humour. The wall it's on is usually used
for getting excesss marine paint off the
boatyard owner's brushes and
consequently is an ever-changing riot of
colour splashes and splodges. I'm not
sure which is the focus of the picture, the
artwork or the casually abandoned kids'
bikes - it doesn't really matter, but the
picture wouldn't work without them
both.
One day whilst pottering around Pin Mill, I chanced upon this graffiti on the wall of one of
the boatyards. Then I realised that it wasn't really graffiti, but more of an attempt at a
crude piece of Banksy-style impromptu artwork. But where does the latter end and graffiti
begin? There are some very skilled graffiti artists whose work can be seen in many an odd
corner, and yet this daub here also has a certain charm and humour. The wall it's on is
usually used for getting excesss marine paint off the boatyard owner's brushes and
consequently is an ever-changing riot of colour splashes and splodges. I'm not sure which is
the focus of the picture, the artwork or the casually abandoned kids' bikes - it doesn't really
matter, but the picture wouldn't work without them both.
One day whilst pottering around Pin Mill, I
chanced upon this graffiti on the wall of one
of the boatyards. Then I realised that it
wasn't really graffiti, but more of an
attempt at a crude piece of Banksy-style
impromptu artwork. But where does the
latter end and graffiti begin? There are
some very skilled graffiti artists whose work
can be seen in many an odd corner, and yet
this daub here also has a certain charm
and humour. The wall it's on is usually used
for getting excesss marine paint off the
boatyard owner's brushes and
consequently is an ever-changing riot of
colour splashes and splodges. I'm not sure
which is the focus of the picture, the
artwork or the casually abandoned kids'
bikes - it doesn't really matter, but the
picture wouldn't work without them both.

Spooky Pin Mill

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One day whilst pottering around Pin Mill, I chanced upon this graffiti on the wall of one of the boatyards. Then I realised that it wasn't really graffiti, but more of an attempt at a crude piece of Banksy-style impromptu artwork. But where does the latter end and graffiti begin? There are some very skilled graffiti artists whose work can be seen in many an odd corner, and yet this daub here also has a certain charm and humour. The wall it's on is usually used for getting excesss marine paint off the boatyard owner's brushes and consequently is an ever-changing riot of colour splashes and splodges. I'm not sure which is the focus of the picture, the artwork or the casually abandoned kids' bikes - it doesn't really matter, but the picture wouldn't work without them both.
Polished wood frame works well with this picture too

Polished wood frame works well with this picture too

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