Graffiti removal

Municipal operatives and Civil Protection volunteers have reportedly managed to remove the graffiti from the rocks and trees along the upper reaches of the rio Chillar.

Successful expedition

The Nerja Green Party organised a trip to clean up some of the graffiti along the Rio Chillar as an experiment and have reported that the exercise was a great success and more such events are being planned. Here, with photos, is what they had to say.

Green Party cleaning day

The Nerja Green Party is organising a trip on Sunday August 22nd to try and clean up some of the graffiti along the rio Chillar and are inviting everyone to participate in what they believe will be a pleasant day out helping the environment.

Graffiti artists caught red-handed

Two graffiti artists caught painting on the Albaicín monastery are the first to suffer the consequences of the new municipal ordinances in Granada whereby the defacing of protected monuments is classified as ‘gross misconduct’ and carries a €3,000 fine.

Granada Graffiti

Graffiti/Urban Art, call it what you will, is everywhere, some permitted, some not. Here is a collection of graffiti items to be found around the Alhambra area of Granada…..Granada Graffiti….

Amazing stuff

In the eyes of many, including the cops, even chalking on buildings or pavements would be classified as graffiti and therefore an act of vandalism, but check out this little lot!!! >>pavement pics<<

Markets, graffiti and buses…

Excellent comment (novel?) by one of the Nerja market traders which details recent events in the dispute. Anyone who thinks Nerja has a problem with graffiti should take a trip through Málaga. It’s everywhere, and each building seems to have more scribbles on it than all of the graffiti to be found in Nerja put together! On buildings which are …

But is it art?…

After doing a feature on local graffiti, how about this….

Since time immemorial

It has been around for two thousand years, at least, and appears in all cultures throughout the world with numerous examples surviving from Ancient Greece, the Roman Empire and the Mayan culture in South America.