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16 The Graffiti Grannys

The Graffiti Grannys

Posted on October 15, 2009 by


Russian graffiti grannys

“How long should we tolerate those tasteless paintings they call ‘graffiti’? After asking this question myself twice I said – we shouldn’t any more!” So says Anastasia, the leader of SSAE – Samarian Street Art Elders. “We decided to show what real graffiti should look like so that our children could adapt good tastes from an early age”.

And so be it – this small town near Samara cCity, Russia began to change with the help of this SSAE team. They decided to give street art a “granny” twist. “We also put nice poetry on walls, it helps!”

Now the walls of houses and lobbies as well as out door spaces such as playgrounds, are all covered by  “Granny Graffiti” and it seems the old graffiti artists have run scared.

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16 Responses to “The Graffiti Grannys”

  1. LOL says:

    Good idea….

  2. Mr. Rabinovich says:

    Hire a Jewish painter, he can do a better job.

  3. ... says:

    hedgehog on mushrooms ftw

  4. doctor k says:

    I still prefer real graf…

  5. Openeyed says:

    They leave Grannies turf alone – they don’t want to get caned to death!

  6. CM says:

    Cool! but please could You publish more post about nice and clever russian girl!

  7. Paul S says:

    We need this world wide! It makes a welcome change from all this tagging that goes on!

  8. TaupeyAna says:

    Don’t mess with the Babushkas cause they will hurt you!

  9. Olga says:

    By the way, I find this extremely wonderful, especially the tree with white flowers on the brown door.

  10. fresh air says:

    why didnt they do it sooner???
    i see here auful photos of how it looks now in the ex soviet union, for regular people.
    like nobody cares.
    at all

    what are they waiting for?
    cant they paint their stairways like in the west?
    all self respect is gone? everyone is a hoodlem?

    good initiative!
    i hope art like this will spread world wide.
    power to the people!
    no need to wait for authorities.
    stand up for yourselves!

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