The People's Archive® | Graffiti
A collection of our crowdsourced archive documenting graffiti in the UK.
Photo © Anthony Maher/The People’s Archive®
Photo © Heather Griffiths/The People’s Archive®
Photo © Lucy Dearlove/The People’s Archive®
Lucy “This photo was taken in Redcar, just a few miles from Hartlepool, with the nuclear power station there being visible from the beach. It did seem close to home at the time that such a tragedy could happen in the nuclear industry. My godmother Pauline never ate lamb after Chernobyl because she thought the fallout had reached the Welsh hills.”
Photo © Steve Kennedy/The People’s Archive®
Photo © Andy Williams/The People’s Archive®
Photo © Alf G/The People’s Archive®
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