Graffiti

Hong Kong does not has as much of an open and striving street culture as other cities do. But when walking around slowly and looking carefully, you can find bursts of creativity and criticism around you in the form of graffiti. Especially around Central, where real estate is less likely owned by the Hong Kong development giants, graffiti is not as quickly removed as elsewhere, and in the small dark alleys artists do not get caught as easily.

I will update this gallery as often as I can, or rather, as often as I find cool graffiti.
For a great outlook on how the alleys between these graffiti look like, check out Rokushakublog’s Slideshow.
Much more graffiti, but also some duplicates can be found on hkstreetart.tumblr.com

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