Tuesday 4 June 2013

The Great Anti-Authority Graffiti Rampart (Otherwise known as Remains of The Berlin Wall)

The Anti-Fascist Protection Rampart, otherwise known as the Berlin Wall, went up in 1961. One hundred and eleven kilometres long, it kept East Germany safe from the Consumerist Hordes until 1990. Now, what remains of it is the Awesome Anti-Authority Graffiti Rampart.

Much better.

I took pictures. These are the panels that caught my eye:

Okay, the last picture (Change Your Life) is actually in London. Walls migrate to England, just like swallows.

Toronto needs one of these Graffiti Ramparts.