Wild graffiti

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I have always been fascinated by the work of Chris Shaw and especially his Weeds of Wallasey. He captures the brave and resolute weeds and plants that thrive amongst the detritus and decay of our industrial landscapes

But what about the other way round?  I am fascinated by graffiti as you might already have guessed, these wild and wonderful splashes of colour that decorate the walls and edgelands of Switzerland. Nature however has a way of recovering and reclaiming. The plants are now the dominant element and the graffiti the one struggling for recognition here. Weeds of Wallasey subverted.

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