For this reason you really have no idea what's going to confront you each time you come to pass, which is interesting.
This little passageway winds past the back of the 'I love you' wall park and up a steep staircase to another favourite photo op - Amélie's grocery store from the film (almost) everyone knows and loves.
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The advantage over actually painting the wall itself is that they're quick to put up. The downside is they're equally quick to come down, and down they do come, unless you go to extreme measures, or 'heights' to try and avoid this happening. The problem with putting them way up high is that you start to remove yourself from the public gaze, at eye-height at least.
If I get around to putting more stuff up I think I'll keep it around about head-height and leave its fate to the powers that be. I can't see me standing at the top of a ladder guerilla-pasting in the middle of the night for all I'm worth.
I've just had a request for a graffiti shoot and I know exactly where we're going to go, but I'll only tell you if you ask - it's a-maz-ing. A badly kept secret but not one everyone knows about nevertheless. See you in the.. XXth!
And why not...