There was a time when graffiti artists did something other than write their own names on other people's walls. Back in the '70s, graffiti had a political purpose and - whisper it - a conscience. A new exhibition at The Horse Hospital (open until Aug 1) is showing brilliantly angry political daubings from that era, from Roger Perry's recently republished book 'The Writing on the Wall'. Check out more of this polemical sloganeering (and Eric Clapton worshipping) here.
Take a look at more pics from the exhibition:
See more here.
Want more street art? Check out this graffiti artist's year-long battle with the council.