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Again, there is so much to be gained by walking down a street or alley most do not travel. This little treasure was next to a rather obscure boutique hotel. …

I love walking alleys. They have revealed many treasures. This person was taking a break from the cafe where he was the bar tender.

Shoreditch is an area one has to see, absorb and experience to really understand. The community has embraced the eventual arrival of streetart and grafitti. As…

There is an abandoned council building in Chorlton. In several of the boarded up windows, playing card style posters have been put up. Prince, Bowie all get a…

I'm sure people have varying thoughts when they see a grafitti-filled alley. Some may be disgusted by the disregard for property; others may see it as free…

One again we are going packed lightly with just our camera phones to hand, this time we have chosen to explore abit more of the city center. A few yard away…

So here's a couple of absolutely superb pieces of art I found in a derelict Water Treatment Works a few years ago, they may have been painted over by now, I don…

Phlegm is a local graf artist - I've seen his work dotted around Sheffield here and there, and I showed a shot of one small piece that's now sadly lost. This…

Toxic…. Lots of uncertainty this morning but the sun still rose, the world did not end and once the morons in the stock and money markets have finished their…
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