Friday, 9 May 2014

Adventures in Exeter #2

On Sunday we headed out the door for another mooch around the previously unexplored parts of Exeter (or the parts that we hadn't been to since we went on school trips and couldn't really remember. I'd been wanting to go to the Catacombs for ages and Rich had been fancying a nose at the street art in the various subways near my house. 

With twisters in our hands we headed to the river to see what the latest graffiti was like under the bridges and in the subways. It may not be everyone's cup of tea but you have to admire the detail and colours that go into street art. I can safely say that there are some seriously talented people around. It's one of those things that you never want to be painted over because someone has spent so much time doing it, but at the same time you can't wait to see what the next wave of art brings. 

The zombie/skeleton girl is my favourite, she reminds me of a Misfits album cover so much, and her outfit is pretty cool too.
I love this photo of Rich, one for the wall I think.

Like the plonker that I am I didn't realise until I'd taken about 10 photos that I had left my memory card in my laptop, so all photos are courtesy of my iPhone, no biggy! I will be back with photos of the catacombs soon.



  1. when I come visit, let's do this please. I love street art. all of the colours!

  2. Those are all really cool. I live in an area with a loooooot of street art, I think its really great and totally brightens up my day when I see it all.