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Belgium Pete One March 16

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Day 1, 3rd Location. Pete One

Pete One is a European graffiti artitst local to Belgium. He is known for his Batman artwork that was painted all over the demolished "graffiti school" in Belgium.

 

Near by there is an old Mill that seemed to make Beds. I cant find any history and the place is mostly gutted. But there is some nice Pete One graffiti on a few walls.

 

Visited with @CuriousityKilledTheCat and @BlocksPhotography

 

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I do believe graff belongs in the streets but it's hard not to appreciate this artwork. Top shots too  :thumb 

 

Remember to stick a location and date in your title threads please mate :) 

 

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@hamtagger thanks pal, although probably less hassle for everybody else on the forum if you just keep reminding me ;) 

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Looks cool this place, would be a bit pants without the graff so I don't mind it. Surprised his stuff never gets tagged by chavs, it wouldn't last 5 minutes in London

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Without the graffiti it's just another derpy building. And we have a lot of them here lol. 

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