Graffiti and Archeology – Cutting a wall and unveiling 30 years of graffiti (9 pics)




Here is what happens when you remove the layers of paintings from a wall covered by graffiti for 30 years, unveiling the successive artworks of artists and vandals. Between graffiti and archeology, an awesome experiment conducted by PaulDeGraaf on a wall of the Doornroosje , an alternative place located in the city of Nijmegen in the Netherlands. He also had fun creating a timeline that included the major events that occurred at the same time as these graffiti. I just love it.

Graffiti and Archeology - Cutting a wall and unveiling 30 years of graffiti

Graffiti and Archeology - Cutting a wall and unveiling 30 years of graffiti

Graffiti and Archeology - Cutting a wall and unveiling 30 years of graffiti

Graffiti and Archeology - Cutting a wall and unveiling 30 years of graffiti

Graffiti and Archeology - Cutting a wall and unveiling 30 years of graffiti

Graffiti and Archeology - Cutting a wall and unveiling 30 years of graffiti

Graffiti and Archeology - Cutting a wall and unveiling 30 years of graffiti

Graffiti and Archeology - Cutting a wall and unveiling 30 years of graffiti

Graffiti and Archeology - Cutting a wall and unveiling 30 years of graffiti




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