Skatepark Graffiti 4

A journey into the dark heart of the average skatepark user's brain in 'Skatepark Graffiti 4'

Skatepark Graffiti 4
Once we started putting these together, we immediately began to spot hundreds of examples up and down the land – something about skatepark graffiti seems to invite a level of weirdness unseen on any other surface except perhaps the inside of public toilet cubicles.

As people who choose to spend the majority of our time in these sub-Lord of the Flies twilight zones, we felt duty bound to chronicle and subsequently present to you our findings. Here they are for you to marvel, gasp and wonder at – and maybe learn something about yourself along the way?

Delve into the first three articles if you want more…

A real, actual good piece of work to kick things off before we start plumbing the depths – anti Tory graffiti gets a definite thumbs up… Via @pettman90 on Instagram (found on Reddit)
It probably won’t sort out your spelling problems either… via Steve Littley
Classic form from this piece at Shobnall Skatepark in Burton-On-Trent (via @rainbow.swag.lord Instagram)
Motivational words on Garforth’s flat bar.
A classic from much missed Leeds DIY spot The Dust Bowl
Top notch Trowbridge anti-skateboard graff captured for posterity by Dan Murphy – I’m genuinely intrigued to see what letter was crossed out and how they actually misspelt ‘skaters’.
Can’t argue with that! Via Henry Gardner
Sometimes skatepark graffiti works like a local newspaper – a really gnarly one, covering who’s sucked off who for spice. We decided we should probably obscure the name on this one.
A gleefully childish Danish classic. Lord of the Ring (piece)?
Who doesn’t ‘wunt’ to get high, it’s clearly not fucked with this artist’s brain cells. Clev and James Harris were stoked enough to get a photo with this one!


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