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Brisbane Flood Graffiti

Graffiti Flood | There are pictures like this that go around the world in those days: Flooded roads, people on the roofs of their houses… and massive graffiti on the trains. Australia’s flooded metropolis Brisbane is experiencing a new graffiti boom!

As my friend, who recently came back from Australia, told me and the following flicks confirm, it becomes more and more easier for the writers to paint trains. Because of the evacuated neighborhoods the police is completely overwhelmed and has other things to do than monitor railway lines. Additionally, trains are often parked all night at train stations or on the tracks. The result is that Brisbane is nowadays a paradise for the local crews. The proves it…

Here are some shots of parked trains. I’m pretty sure we will experience a flood of train-pieces from down under in the next days! For the first wave of train graffiti from Bisbane, visit ilovegraffiti.de!

Brisbane Flood Graffiti
Brisbane Flood Graffiti
Brisbane Flood Graffiti
Brisbane Flood Graffiti

Photos via Tey Bannerman, Erik Veland, BT Buses.

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