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...
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
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 mispelt '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.
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!