In Photos: The Dark Side Of London's Graffiti

By Londonist Last edited 9 months ago
In Photos: The Dark Side Of London's Graffiti

London's streets aren't short of a bit of graffiti, but sometimes you come across something so random or honest, that it deserves to be shared. Other times, you just come across rude words and penises. It's all in this collection, which isn't entirely safe to be browsing at work.

Source Google
My favourite piece of south London graffiti. No fat on this statement whatsoever.
Source Simon Wroe
Olympics themed graffiti
Source Huffingtonpost
Dalston Roof Park toilets
Source Instagram
Source Anorak
Is someone trying reverse psychology...?
Source Buzzfeed
Moet graffiti in Surbiton
Source Imgur
Rebels at work.
Source Guff
Source Pinterest
Blaming Boris in Soho
Source Patrick Dalton
Source Thefagcasanova
Source Citylab
London politics
Source Waifs & Strays
Guerrilla advertising by Sony down by Royal Albert Dock
Source Robbie Cowbury
Source Huffingtonpost
Source Tntmagazine
Source Buzzfeed
Source Buzzfeed
Sometimes it's a case of using your imagination...
Source Buzzfeed
Source Buzzfeed
Source Buzzfeed
Source Simon Davis
Some graffiti from the British Museum toilets. Maybe a pagan fertility symbol? Certainly not as highbrow as the museum's other exhibits.
Source Patrick Dalton
Profound graffiti in Hackney
Source Alastair Jamieson

Last Updated 07 August 2017