In the Bogside district of Derry, Northern Ireland are incredibly powerful murals done by local artists to protest policies against the Catholics, against poor social conditions, and against the lack of economic opportunity. These are but a few of these masterpieces.
Graffiti – a love-hate relationship.
Hastily scrawled slogans, meticulously drawn scenes.
A blight on buildings but the adornment of bland spaces,
the defacing of property but the uplifting of spirits.
All photographs by delikizinyeri