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(io9)   An abandoned village in Belgium is left to natural reclamation, slowly morphing into the countryside. Then came the graffiti artists   ( divider line
    More: Cool, Belgium, abandoned villages, graffiti, countryside, installation arts, Antwerp, nature preserve, natural  
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21058 clicks; posted to Main » on 19 Apr 2012 at 4:45 AM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-04-19 05:17:25 AM  
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CujoQuarrel: The words 'graffiti' and 'artist' don't go together.

you were saying?
2012-04-19 05:52:23 AM  
1 vote:

jingks: WhyteRaven74: CujoQuarrel: The words 'graffiti' and 'artist' don't go together.

you were saying?

That's commissioned art in the graffiti style. Totally unrelated.

You were saying?

Not commissioned. Totally art.

/check the whole page for more cool images.
2012-04-19 05:11:55 AM  
1 vote:
The words 'graffiti' and 'artist' don't go together.

It's 'graffiti' and 'vandal'
2012-04-19 05:10:20 AM  
1 vote:
nice policy to maintain land for the wildlife. as it is a long term thing they could have terminated occupancy by natural death, with the heir receiving a fair market value for the building & land. in 'x' years the properties would be empty and the folks of the area would not have been pushed from their homes & businesses.
2012-04-19 05:06:07 AM  
1 vote:
Can you really call something "abandoned" when it was a perfectly functional village that was shut down over the residents' objections by the government?
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