naming and shaming versus anonymity in graffiti

Last week I came across this angry graffiti, very publicly placed in Muswell Hill: I can’t remember where I took the next picture, but I am still amused by the juxtaposition of evil and cheese-eating: Here’s another example of graffiti that points the finger at someone; but this time the identity and gender of the … Read more

Graffiti and “chochmah”

I’m off to a gig in Mornington Crescent this evening. Last year I came across this graffiti on the way to Mornington Crescent just off Camden High Street; to me it sums up a type of jokey witticism that is manifested in the Yiddish “Chochmah”, derived from the Hebrew for wisdom. This is chochmah NW1 … Read more