Weymouth's 'Banksy' strikes again

Dorset Echo: Weymouth's 'Banksy' strikes again Weymouth's 'Banksy' strikes again

HAS street artist Banksy struck again in Weymouth?

Two new graffiti art pieces have appeared across the Christmas week in Chapelhay.

Both feature a small child sitting on top of a TV which has the words ‘Weapon of Mass Distraction’ across it.

The first appeared on the Chapelhay steps and is red and the second is further down the steps close to the Waffle On shop by the Town Bridge.  The second is grey.

Councillor Dan Brember noticed the art and sent us a picture. He said: “For what it's worth, I think Weymouth needs more public art.”

At the end of November Weymouth resident Esmee Nicholls spotted a Banksy style painting on the bridge at Littlemooor Road overlooking the Weymouth Relief Road.

It featured a figure holding paint pots with the words ‘Money makes the world go wrong.’

What do you think? Do you think guerrilla graffiti artist Banksy is behind this latest creation?

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7:09pm Fri 27 Dec 13

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE says...

I hope that they don't get destroyed by some moron, whether from the council or not.
I hope that they don't get destroyed by some moron, whether from the council or not. IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE

12:59pm Sat 28 Dec 13

David_divenghy2 says...

Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality.

One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also.

Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line?

I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?
Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality. One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also. Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line? I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin? David_divenghy2

5:31pm Sat 28 Dec 13

westbaywonder says...

David_divenghy2 wrote:
Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality.

One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also.

Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line?

I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?
Knob!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality. One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also. Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line? I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?[/p][/quote]Knob!!!!! westbaywonder

5:42pm Sat 28 Dec 13

David_divenghy2 says...

westbaywonder wrote:
David_divenghy2 wrote:
Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality.

One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also.

Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line?

I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?
Knob!!!!!
Is that your Artistic interpretation?
[quote][p][bold]westbaywonder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality. One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also. Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line? I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?[/p][/quote]Knob!!!!![/p][/quote]Is that your Artistic interpretation? David_divenghy2

8:02pm Sat 28 Dec 13

Hippyhooker says...

westbaywonder wrote:
David_divenghy2 wrote:
Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality.

One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also.

Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line?

I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?
Knob!!!!!
Yep you will get one when you grow up!
[quote][p][bold]westbaywonder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality. One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also. Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line? I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?[/p][/quote]Knob!!!!![/p][/quote]Yep you will get one when you grow up! Hippyhooker

8:14pm Sat 28 Dec 13

JamesYoung says...

David_divenghy2 wrote:
Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality.

One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also.

Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line?

I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?
You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern.
[quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality. One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also. Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line? I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?[/p][/quote]You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern. JamesYoung

8:28pm Sat 28 Dec 13

David_divenghy2 says...

JamesYoung wrote:
David_divenghy2 wrote:
Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality.

One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also.

Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line?

I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?
You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern.
So James, if i spray something on a local bridge that is not P.C and "right on", yet absolutely and factually correct, do you think this paper would make a meal of it in the positive and you would be obliging?
[quote][p][bold]JamesYoung[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality. One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also. Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line? I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?[/p][/quote]You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern.[/p][/quote]So James, if i spray something on a local bridge that is not P.C and "right on", yet absolutely and factually correct, do you think this paper would make a meal of it in the positive and you would be obliging? David_divenghy2

8:54pm Sat 28 Dec 13

David_divenghy2 says...

Let us now focus on Councillor Brember. (Labour) no surprise there.

He thinks we need more public Art? . So in between sanctioning crime in this article by admonishing this act with whimsy, he wants the people to think we need more of the hundreds of millions of tax payer pounds that were wasted under Labour on public art through Quango's like the Arts Council ( remember your granny died because of the lack of resources at the same time)

So will councilor Brember be happy if i express my artistic musing on the side of his house about the true facts of his labour legacy on Britain?

Will the echo report that in the positive?
Let us now focus on Councillor Brember. (Labour) no surprise there. He thinks we need more public Art? . So in between sanctioning crime in this article by admonishing this act with whimsy, he wants the people to think we need more of the hundreds of millions of tax payer pounds that were wasted under Labour on public art through Quango's like the Arts Council ( remember your granny died because of the lack of resources at the same time) So will councilor Brember be happy if i express my artistic musing on the side of his house about the true facts of his labour legacy on Britain? Will the echo report that in the positive? David_divenghy2

9:00pm Sat 28 Dec 13

David_divenghy2 says...

P.S to throw in a Sabot, , I actually agree with the "message" in this work 100%.

It is not the right way to say it, it is a crime which goes back to my original comment, if you have real belief and you can articulate, then set up an expose' , a forum, a legitimate public gallery of thought..if you put as much time and effort into that as you do defacing peoples property, who knows what you can achieve.
P.S to throw in a Sabot, , I actually agree with the "message" in this work 100%. It is not the right way to say it, it is a crime which goes back to my original comment, if you have real belief and you can articulate, then set up an expose' , a forum, a legitimate public gallery of thought..if you put as much time and effort into that as you do defacing peoples property, who knows what you can achieve. David_divenghy2

10:44pm Sat 28 Dec 13

Saddler says...

JamesYoung wrote:
David_divenghy2 wrote:
Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality.

One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also.

Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line?

I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?
You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern.
....and more like art than the stones on sticks!
[quote][p][bold]JamesYoung[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality. One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also. Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line? I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?[/p][/quote]You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern.[/p][/quote]....and more like art than the stones on sticks! Saddler

10:53pm Sat 28 Dec 13

David_divenghy2 says...

Saddler wrote:
JamesYoung wrote:
David_divenghy2 wrote:
Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality.

One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also.

Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line?

I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?
You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern.
....and more like art than the stones on sticks!
Meaning? please qualify?
[quote][p][bold]Saddler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JamesYoung[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality. One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also. Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line? I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?[/p][/quote]You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern.[/p][/quote]....and more like art than the stones on sticks![/p][/quote]Meaning? please qualify? David_divenghy2

9:05am Sun 29 Dec 13

westbaywonder says...

Hippyhooters!
Hippyhooters! westbaywonder

10:29am Sun 29 Dec 13

JamesYoung says...

David_divenghy2 wrote:
Saddler wrote:
JamesYoung wrote:
David_divenghy2 wrote:
Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality.

One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also.

Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line?

I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?
You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern.
....and more like art than the stones on sticks!
Meaning? please qualify?
He's talking about the £300k worth of rocks on sticks that you'll see as you drive down into Weymouth, for which money was mysteriously found even as essential services are slashed.
As for my earlier comment, i agreed that it was vandalism. I also pointed out that it was more my idea of art than the rubbish in the Tate, so i'm not sure what you asking me to answer? Even if you painted The Haywain on a bridge it would still be vandalism, no?
[quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saddler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JamesYoung[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality. One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also. Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line? I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?[/p][/quote]You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern.[/p][/quote]....and more like art than the stones on sticks![/p][/quote]Meaning? please qualify?[/p][/quote]He's talking about the £300k worth of rocks on sticks that you'll see as you drive down into Weymouth, for which money was mysteriously found even as essential services are slashed. As for my earlier comment, i agreed that it was vandalism. I also pointed out that it was more my idea of art than the rubbish in the Tate, so i'm not sure what you asking me to answer? Even if you painted The Haywain on a bridge it would still be vandalism, no? JamesYoung

10:30am Sun 29 Dec 13

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE says...

David_divenghy2
Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.
David_divenghy2 Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road. IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE

11:34am Sun 29 Dec 13

TenBobDylanThomasHardy says...

JamesYoung, you've contradicted yourself 'what 'rubbish in Tate Modern' are you referring to? Just 'cause you don't like it, it's there to provoke thought, opinion etc.
JamesYoung, you've contradicted yourself 'what 'rubbish in Tate Modern' are you referring to? Just 'cause you don't like it, it's there to provoke thought, opinion etc. TenBobDylanThomasHardy

12:40pm Sun 29 Dec 13

David_divenghy2 says...

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE wrote:
David_divenghy2
Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.
I wasn't the one who raised them as an issue? I object to them personally as a complete waste of money.
[quote][p][bold]IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE[/bold] wrote: David_divenghy2 Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.[/p][/quote]I wasn't the one who raised them as an issue? I object to them personally as a complete waste of money. David_divenghy2

12:46pm Sun 29 Dec 13

David_divenghy2 says...

JamesYoung wrote:
David_divenghy2 wrote:
Saddler wrote:
JamesYoung wrote:
David_divenghy2 wrote:
Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality.

One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also.

Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line?

I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?
You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern.
....and more like art than the stones on sticks!
Meaning? please qualify?
He's talking about the £300k worth of rocks on sticks that you'll see as you drive down into Weymouth, for which money was mysteriously found even as essential services are slashed.
As for my earlier comment, i agreed that it was vandalism. I also pointed out that it was more my idea of art than the rubbish in the Tate, so i'm not sure what you asking me to answer? Even if you painted The Haywain on a bridge it would still be vandalism, no?
Saddler made the comment James not you, not sure why your answering it?Anyhow, I agree though how funny these champagne socialists in the civil service find other peoples money to burn on such rubbish when they whine about services being cut? So what are the Police doing about this graffiti and why is the Echo promoting crime?
[quote][p][bold]JamesYoung[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saddler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JamesYoung[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: Ultimately it is nothing more than vandalism (Graffiti) of private and public property. The Police have a duty to investigate and arrest the person responsible in reality. One has to ask, what laws should we break next and make excuses for ? You cannot justify this unless you can accept those who dump rubbish in the countryside can conceivable be called, "Artists" and get away with it also. Perhaps next time someone is caught doing dumping waste at the side of the road, they should make such a claim. Where do you draw the line? I mean, maybe the local midnight tipper is the next Tracy Emin?[/p][/quote]You are, of course, absolutely correct. For myself, though, my idea of art is something that is thought provoking, so although i agree that it's vandalism, this is more like art than the rubbish in the Tate Modern.[/p][/quote]....and more like art than the stones on sticks![/p][/quote]Meaning? please qualify?[/p][/quote]He's talking about the £300k worth of rocks on sticks that you'll see as you drive down into Weymouth, for which money was mysteriously found even as essential services are slashed. As for my earlier comment, i agreed that it was vandalism. I also pointed out that it was more my idea of art than the rubbish in the Tate, so i'm not sure what you asking me to answer? Even if you painted The Haywain on a bridge it would still be vandalism, no?[/p][/quote]Saddler made the comment James not you, not sure why your answering it?Anyhow, I agree though how funny these champagne socialists in the civil service find other peoples money to burn on such rubbish when they whine about services being cut? So what are the Police doing about this graffiti and why is the Echo promoting crime? David_divenghy2

1:47pm Sun 29 Dec 13

iansedwell says...

Considering the number of comments above, it seems to me that the correspondents have been distracted, en masse.

Perhaps, then, the piece has made a telling point?

By at least one definition of 'art', the artist has succeeded!
Considering the number of comments above, it seems to me that the correspondents have been distracted, en masse. Perhaps, then, the piece has made a telling point? By at least one definition of 'art', the artist has succeeded! iansedwell

3:54pm Sun 29 Dec 13

David_divenghy2 says...

iansedwell wrote:
Considering the number of comments above, it seems to me that the correspondents have been distracted, en masse.

Perhaps, then, the piece has made a telling point?

By at least one definition of 'art', the artist has succeeded!
Maybe we should all go around spraying Psuedo-political messages and cartoons on peoples property and call it Art?

Seeing how the idiotic Labour Councillor thinks it is such a good idea I am sure he won't mind people doing it on his house?

Are you offering your house for graffiti by all Mr Brember? After all you think we need more of this mess.
[quote][p][bold]iansedwell[/bold] wrote: Considering the number of comments above, it seems to me that the correspondents have been distracted, en masse. Perhaps, then, the piece has made a telling point? By at least one definition of 'art', the artist has succeeded![/p][/quote]Maybe we should all go around spraying Psuedo-political messages and cartoons on peoples property and call it Art? Seeing how the idiotic Labour Councillor thinks it is such a good idea I am sure he won't mind people doing it on his house? Are you offering your house for graffiti by all Mr Brember? After all you think we need more of this mess. David_divenghy2

5:03pm Sun 29 Dec 13

woodsedge says...

David_divenghy2 wrote:
iansedwell wrote:
Considering the number of comments above, it seems to me that the correspondents have been distracted, en masse.

Perhaps, then, the piece has made a telling point?

By at least one definition of 'art', the artist has succeeded!
Maybe we should all go around spraying Psuedo-political messages and cartoons on peoples property and call it Art?

Seeing how the idiotic Labour Councillor thinks it is such a good idea I am sure he won't mind people doing it on his house?

Are you offering your house for graffiti by all Mr Brember? After all you think we need more of this mess.
I think it's about time you took some more of your medication dear boy. Lots of more important issues to worry about and a slightly perverse argument by you confusing a councillor of rightly promoting more art with street graffiti.
[quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iansedwell[/bold] wrote: Considering the number of comments above, it seems to me that the correspondents have been distracted, en masse. Perhaps, then, the piece has made a telling point? By at least one definition of 'art', the artist has succeeded![/p][/quote]Maybe we should all go around spraying Psuedo-political messages and cartoons on peoples property and call it Art? Seeing how the idiotic Labour Councillor thinks it is such a good idea I am sure he won't mind people doing it on his house? Are you offering your house for graffiti by all Mr Brember? After all you think we need more of this mess.[/p][/quote]I think it's about time you took some more of your medication dear boy. Lots of more important issues to worry about and a slightly perverse argument by you confusing a councillor of rightly promoting more art with street graffiti. woodsedge

12:04am Mon 30 Dec 13

Tinker2 says...

This wall art has drawn public attention to a valid political observation and provoked emotion and comment - impressive!
This wall art has drawn public attention to a valid political observation and provoked emotion and comment - impressive! Tinker2

7:56am Mon 30 Dec 13

altozebedee says...

This artist has indeed provoked thought, debate and also divide.
Yes technically it is graffiti thou in my opinion not obscene.
I am surprised that our joint council has not thought to give this artist a free hand across both towns as I am sure that he is giving his time for free unlike the thousands neigh millions that has been spent/ wasted/ squandered by West Dorset/ Weymouth & Portland councils.
west Dorset's new eyesore, stones on sticks, asda lights, and how much is spent on traffic surveys for gyaratory / one way systems.
I want to know when banksy is coming to Dorchester, come on lets share the love.
This artist has indeed provoked thought, debate and also divide. Yes technically it is graffiti thou in my opinion not obscene. I am surprised that our joint council has not thought to give this artist a free hand across both towns as I am sure that he is giving his time for free unlike the thousands neigh millions that has been spent/ wasted/ squandered by West Dorset/ Weymouth & Portland councils. west Dorset's new eyesore, stones on sticks, asda lights, and how much is spent on traffic surveys for gyaratory / one way systems. I want to know when banksy is coming to Dorchester, come on lets share the love. altozebedee

9:06am Mon 30 Dec 13

Carruthers says...

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE wrote:
David_divenghy2
Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.
I think the juxtaposition of the rocks on sticks is perfectly set of by the giant electricity pylons and the general inner city feel that Littlemore exudes.
The rocks on sticks could easily be replaced by burnt out cars or old sofas on sticks and would still work on an artistic level, plus the cost of this "important work of art" could have been greatly reduced while at the same time tidying up the more vandalized areas of Littlemore.
[quote][p][bold]IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE[/bold] wrote: David_divenghy2 Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.[/p][/quote]I think the juxtaposition of the rocks on sticks is perfectly set of by the giant electricity pylons and the general inner city feel that Littlemore exudes. The rocks on sticks could easily be replaced by burnt out cars or old sofas on sticks and would still work on an artistic level, plus the cost of this "important work of art" could have been greatly reduced while at the same time tidying up the more vandalized areas of Littlemore. Carruthers

10:33am Mon 30 Dec 13

Dorsetdumpling says...

Carruthers wrote:
IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE wrote: David_divenghy2 Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.
I think the juxtaposition of the rocks on sticks is perfectly set of by the giant electricity pylons and the general inner city feel that Littlemore exudes. The rocks on sticks could easily be replaced by burnt out cars or old sofas on sticks and would still work on an artistic level, plus the cost of this "important work of art" could have been greatly reduced while at the same time tidying up the more vandalized areas of Littlemore.
Love the concept of the burnt out cars/sofas on sticks.

We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor.

Light them up with unwanted traffic lights and tacky lasers, throw a few empty beer kegs into the ponds for effect, et voila - an art installation that captures the quintissential essence of Weymouth
[quote][p][bold]Carruthers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE[/bold] wrote: David_divenghy2 Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.[/p][/quote]I think the juxtaposition of the rocks on sticks is perfectly set of by the giant electricity pylons and the general inner city feel that Littlemore exudes. The rocks on sticks could easily be replaced by burnt out cars or old sofas on sticks and would still work on an artistic level, plus the cost of this "important work of art" could have been greatly reduced while at the same time tidying up the more vandalized areas of Littlemore.[/p][/quote]Love the concept of the burnt out cars/sofas on sticks. We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor. Light them up with unwanted traffic lights and tacky lasers, throw a few empty beer kegs into the ponds for effect, et voila - an art installation that captures the quintissential essence of Weymouth Dorsetdumpling

10:50am Mon 30 Dec 13

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE says...

Dorsetdumpling wrote - We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor.

Personally, I would prefer that this pond doesn't get 'enhanced' with rox on stix or some other perverted idea of 'art'.
This has developed into quite a wild bird haven - I have even seen a couple of swans on there when passing by, together with other wild birds.
Dorsetdumpling wrote - We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor. Personally, I would prefer that this pond doesn't get 'enhanced' with rox on stix or some other perverted idea of 'art'. This has developed into quite a wild bird haven - I have even seen a couple of swans on there when passing by, together with other wild birds. IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE

11:06am Mon 30 Dec 13

woodsedge says...

Dorsetdumpling wrote:
Carruthers wrote:
IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE wrote: David_divenghy2 Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.
I think the juxtaposition of the rocks on sticks is perfectly set of by the giant electricity pylons and the general inner city feel that Littlemore exudes. The rocks on sticks could easily be replaced by burnt out cars or old sofas on sticks and would still work on an artistic level, plus the cost of this "important work of art" could have been greatly reduced while at the same time tidying up the more vandalized areas of Littlemore.
Love the concept of the burnt out cars/sofas on sticks.

We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor.

Light them up with unwanted traffic lights and tacky lasers, throw a few empty beer kegs into the ponds for effect, et voila - an art installation that captures the quintissential essence of Weymouth
How about throwing in all the Littlemoor keyboard warriors with a cement block around their ankles.
[quote][p][bold]Dorsetdumpling[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carruthers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE[/bold] wrote: David_divenghy2 Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.[/p][/quote]I think the juxtaposition of the rocks on sticks is perfectly set of by the giant electricity pylons and the general inner city feel that Littlemore exudes. The rocks on sticks could easily be replaced by burnt out cars or old sofas on sticks and would still work on an artistic level, plus the cost of this "important work of art" could have been greatly reduced while at the same time tidying up the more vandalized areas of Littlemore.[/p][/quote]Love the concept of the burnt out cars/sofas on sticks. We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor. Light them up with unwanted traffic lights and tacky lasers, throw a few empty beer kegs into the ponds for effect, et voila - an art installation that captures the quintissential essence of Weymouth[/p][/quote]How about throwing in all the Littlemoor keyboard warriors with a cement block around their ankles. woodsedge

12:31pm Mon 30 Dec 13

smilealoft44 says...

Could someone tell me whats wrong with Littlemore, is it a place of ill repute, or do strange people live there. The pond that you talk about will flood and all them new homes built on raised ground during the last year will be flooded too.
Ilike the rocks on the poles, but i dont like the poles!
Could someone tell me whats wrong with Littlemore, is it a place of ill repute, or do strange people live there. The pond that you talk about will flood and all them new homes built on raised ground during the last year will be flooded too. Ilike the rocks on the poles, but i dont like the poles! smilealoft44

12:36pm Mon 30 Dec 13

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE says...

smilealoft44 says...Could someone tell me what's wrong with Littlemoor, is it a place of ill repute, or do strange people live there.
In answer to your questions - local folklore suggests that the answer to both is YES (:o))
smilealoft44 says...Could someone tell me what's wrong with Littlemoor, is it a place of ill repute, or do strange people live there. In answer to your questions - local folklore suggests that the answer to both is YES (:o)) IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE

12:53pm Mon 30 Dec 13

Dorsetdumpling says...

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE wrote:
Dorsetdumpling wrote - We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor. Personally, I would prefer that this pond doesn't get 'enhanced' with rox on stix or some other perverted idea of 'art'. This has developed into quite a wild bird haven - I have even seen a couple of swans on there when passing by, together with other wild birds.
I'm sure the swans and waterfowl could co-exist - they would love the old sofas for nesting purposes, and just think how well their white plumage would show up in the the red, amber, & green lighting.

(They might need to be fitted with protective goggles for the lasers 'though.)

We would therefore end up with the best of both worlds; a resource which has artistic merit, and a more tangible resource for the community
(there's good eating on a swan - much tastier than, say, a Brannich's Guillemot)
[quote][p][bold]IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE[/bold] wrote: Dorsetdumpling wrote - We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor. Personally, I would prefer that this pond doesn't get 'enhanced' with rox on stix or some other perverted idea of 'art'. This has developed into quite a wild bird haven - I have even seen a couple of swans on there when passing by, together with other wild birds.[/p][/quote]I'm sure the swans and waterfowl could co-exist - they would love the old sofas for nesting purposes, and just think how well their white plumage would show up in the the red, amber, & green lighting. (They might need to be fitted with protective goggles for the lasers 'though.) We would therefore end up with the best of both worlds; a resource which has artistic merit, and a more tangible resource for the community (there's good eating on a swan - much tastier than, say, a Brannich's Guillemot) Dorsetdumpling

1:28pm Mon 30 Dec 13

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE says...

Dorsetdumpling says...there's good eating on a swan.

FYI
Harming a swan in any way is a criminal offence.
All mute swans in the UK are owned by the Queen.
Dorsetdumpling says...there's good eating on a swan. FYI Harming a swan in any way is a criminal offence. All mute swans in the UK are owned by the Queen. IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE

7:02pm Mon 30 Dec 13

JamesYoung says...

woodsedge wrote:
Dorsetdumpling wrote:
Carruthers wrote:
IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE wrote: David_divenghy2 Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.
I think the juxtaposition of the rocks on sticks is perfectly set of by the giant electricity pylons and the general inner city feel that Littlemore exudes. The rocks on sticks could easily be replaced by burnt out cars or old sofas on sticks and would still work on an artistic level, plus the cost of this "important work of art" could have been greatly reduced while at the same time tidying up the more vandalized areas of Littlemore.
Love the concept of the burnt out cars/sofas on sticks.

We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor.

Light them up with unwanted traffic lights and tacky lasers, throw a few empty beer kegs into the ponds for effect, et voila - an art installation that captures the quintissential essence of Weymouth
How about throwing in all the Littlemoor keyboard warriors with a cement block around their ankles.
Woodsedge, next you'll be suggesting helicopter gunships....
[quote][p][bold]woodsedge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dorsetdumpling[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carruthers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE[/bold] wrote: David_divenghy2 Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.[/p][/quote]I think the juxtaposition of the rocks on sticks is perfectly set of by the giant electricity pylons and the general inner city feel that Littlemore exudes. The rocks on sticks could easily be replaced by burnt out cars or old sofas on sticks and would still work on an artistic level, plus the cost of this "important work of art" could have been greatly reduced while at the same time tidying up the more vandalized areas of Littlemore.[/p][/quote]Love the concept of the burnt out cars/sofas on sticks. We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor. Light them up with unwanted traffic lights and tacky lasers, throw a few empty beer kegs into the ponds for effect, et voila - an art installation that captures the quintissential essence of Weymouth[/p][/quote]How about throwing in all the Littlemoor keyboard warriors with a cement block around their ankles.[/p][/quote]Woodsedge, next you'll be suggesting helicopter gunships.... JamesYoung

7:03pm Mon 30 Dec 13

JamesYoung says...

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE wrote:
Dorsetdumpling says...there's good eating on a swan.

FYI
Harming a swan in any way is a criminal offence.
All mute swans in the UK are owned by the Queen.
What about the talking ones?
[quote][p][bold]IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE[/bold] wrote: Dorsetdumpling says...there's good eating on a swan. FYI Harming a swan in any way is a criminal offence. All mute swans in the UK are owned by the Queen.[/p][/quote]What about the talking ones? JamesYoung

8:12pm Mon 30 Dec 13

Parkstreetshufle says...

Whilst I can get on board with the sentiment, and they are not bad as copies go, it's a shame the artist does not direct his ire at a more local level.
A vast majority of those 'in charge' will deem it graffiti - make it about them and it will be considerably more difficult to ignore it - and that is what this type of street art is meant to be about.
Whilst I can get on board with the sentiment, and they are not bad as copies go, it's a shame the artist does not direct his ire at a more local level. A vast majority of those 'in charge' will deem it graffiti - make it about them and it will be considerably more difficult to ignore it - and that is what this type of street art is meant to be about. Parkstreetshufle

10:54pm Mon 30 Dec 13

Rocksalt says...

In answer to the original question, no I don't think it's a Banksy. It isn't well enough executed and the underpinning concepts are a bit too obvious. Better than I could do, for sure, but that wasn't the question.
In answer to the original question, no I don't think it's a Banksy. It isn't well enough executed and the underpinning concepts are a bit too obvious. Better than I could do, for sure, but that wasn't the question. Rocksalt

10:57pm Mon 30 Dec 13

woodsedge says...

JamesYoung wrote:
woodsedge wrote:
Dorsetdumpling wrote:
Carruthers wrote:
IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE wrote: David_divenghy2 Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.
I think the juxtaposition of the rocks on sticks is perfectly set of by the giant electricity pylons and the general inner city feel that Littlemore exudes. The rocks on sticks could easily be replaced by burnt out cars or old sofas on sticks and would still work on an artistic level, plus the cost of this "important work of art" could have been greatly reduced while at the same time tidying up the more vandalized areas of Littlemore.
Love the concept of the burnt out cars/sofas on sticks.

We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor.

Light them up with unwanted traffic lights and tacky lasers, throw a few empty beer kegs into the ponds for effect, et voila - an art installation that captures the quintissential essence of Weymouth
How about throwing in all the Littlemoor keyboard warriors with a cement block around their ankles.
Woodsedge, next you'll be suggesting helicopter gunships....
James, I was referring to the Littlemoor haters.
[quote][p][bold]JamesYoung[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]woodsedge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dorsetdumpling[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carruthers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE[/bold] wrote: David_divenghy2 Please tell us what is artistic about lumps of stone on metal columns that one doesn't see if paying proper attention to other traffic when driving near them and when dazzled by the flood lights around them when driving westwards along Littlemoor Road.[/p][/quote]I think the juxtaposition of the rocks on sticks is perfectly set of by the giant electricity pylons and the general inner city feel that Littlemore exudes. The rocks on sticks could easily be replaced by burnt out cars or old sofas on sticks and would still work on an artistic level, plus the cost of this "important work of art" could have been greatly reduced while at the same time tidying up the more vandalized areas of Littlemore.[/p][/quote]Love the concept of the burnt out cars/sofas on sticks. We already have the perfect site for this - the other drainage pond at the Preston end of Littlemoor. Light them up with unwanted traffic lights and tacky lasers, throw a few empty beer kegs into the ponds for effect, et voila - an art installation that captures the quintissential essence of Weymouth[/p][/quote]How about throwing in all the Littlemoor keyboard warriors with a cement block around their ankles.[/p][/quote]Woodsedge, next you'll be suggesting helicopter gunships....[/p][/quote]James, I was referring to the Littlemoor haters. woodsedge

10:01am Tue 31 Dec 13

Dorsetdumpling says...

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE wrote:
Dorsetdumpling says...there's good eating on a swan. FYI Harming a swan in any way is a criminal offence. All mute swans in the UK are owned by the Queen.
Lighten up True - not everything posted is serious!

Oh, and fYi, from www.royal.gov.uk:


"Today, the Crown retains the right to ownership of all unmarked mute swans in open water, but The Queen only exercises her ownership on certain stretches of the Thames and its surrounding tributaries.

This ownership is shared with the Worshipful Company of Vintners and the Worshipful Company of Dyers, who were granted rights of ownership by the Crown in the fifteenth century. Nowadays, of course, the swans are no longer eaten."

'course not.
(burp)
[quote][p][bold]IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE[/bold] wrote: Dorsetdumpling says...there's good eating on a swan. FYI Harming a swan in any way is a criminal offence. All mute swans in the UK are owned by the Queen.[/p][/quote]Lighten up True - not everything posted is serious! Oh, and fYi, from www.royal.gov.uk: "Today, the Crown retains the right to ownership of all unmarked mute swans in open water, but The Queen only exercises her ownership on certain stretches of the Thames and its surrounding tributaries. This ownership is shared with the Worshipful Company of Vintners and the Worshipful Company of Dyers, who were granted rights of ownership by the Crown in the fifteenth century. Nowadays, of course, the swans are no longer eaten." 'course not. (burp) Dorsetdumpling

7:30pm Tue 31 Dec 13

David_divenghy2 says...

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE wrote:
Dorsetdumpling says...there's good eating on a swan.

FYI
Harming a swan in any way is a criminal offence.
All mute swans in the UK are owned by the Queen.
That's okay just spray some Graffiti on them, some idiot will call it Art and not crime as it is.
[quote][p][bold]IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE[/bold] wrote: Dorsetdumpling says...there's good eating on a swan. FYI Harming a swan in any way is a criminal offence. All mute swans in the UK are owned by the Queen.[/p][/quote]That's okay just spray some Graffiti on them, some idiot will call it Art and not crime as it is. David_divenghy2

8:45pm Tue 31 Dec 13

westbaywonder says...

Oh Dear, seems David is a litle upset .

Yet again,someone has a talent,but becouse it does not fit in with the tory boy attitude,we will try and squash it.

A bill board advert is vandalism,but i suppose becouse there is money involved it is ok and every one must live with it.

Dont know what any of this has to do with Littlemoor.

Whoever is responsible for these paintings ,PLEASE KEEP DOING THEM!
Some of us like them,sorry David can,t see the wood for the trees!
Oh Dear, seems David is a litle upset . Yet again,someone has a talent,but becouse it does not fit in with the tory boy attitude,we will try and squash it. A bill board advert is vandalism,but i suppose becouse there is money involved it is ok and every one must live with it. Dont know what any of this has to do with Littlemoor. Whoever is responsible for these paintings ,PLEASE KEEP DOING THEM! Some of us like them,sorry David can,t see the wood for the trees! westbaywonder

9:51am Wed 1 Jan 14

David_divenghy2 says...

westbaywonder wrote:
Oh Dear, seems David is a litle upset .

Yet again,someone has a talent,but becouse it does not fit in with the tory boy attitude,we will try and squash it.

A bill board advert is vandalism,but i suppose becouse there is money involved it is ok and every one must live with it.

Dont know what any of this has to do with Littlemoor.

Whoever is responsible for these paintings ,PLEASE KEEP DOING THEM!
Some of us like them,sorry David can,t see the wood for the trees!
For a start I am not a Tory supporter thank you, as always the left leaning dims cannot see the real wood for the trees, billboards are legal, graffiti is not. You are promoting a crime and the damage to peoples property.

As always with people like you, I do not see you giving your home address and making your property available for people to Graffiti on, if you want it so much, why have you not, hypocrisy? So go ahead, be a person of your convictions....
[quote][p][bold]westbaywonder[/bold] wrote: Oh Dear, seems David is a litle upset . Yet again,someone has a talent,but becouse it does not fit in with the tory boy attitude,we will try and squash it. A bill board advert is vandalism,but i suppose becouse there is money involved it is ok and every one must live with it. Dont know what any of this has to do with Littlemoor. Whoever is responsible for these paintings ,PLEASE KEEP DOING THEM! Some of us like them,sorry David can,t see the wood for the trees![/p][/quote]For a start I am not a Tory supporter thank you, as always the left leaning dims cannot see the real wood for the trees, billboards are legal, graffiti is not. You are promoting a crime and the damage to peoples property. As always with people like you, I do not see you giving your home address and making your property available for people to Graffiti on, if you want it so much, why have you not, hypocrisy? So go ahead, be a person of your convictions.... David_divenghy2

11:19am Wed 1 Jan 14

The Timelord says...

Considering so much was made of Weymouth hosting the Olympics in 2012 much of the communications street furniture in the town centre and quay areas is still covered in fly posters advertising events in 2011 when I visited just before Xmas 2013!
If Weymouth, its Council and People think so much of their town why wasn't this all cleared up pre the Olympics?
So much for town and civic pride and a sense of welcome for our international visitors in 2012.
Little hope then that a bit of graffiti is going to be cleared up quickly.....
Considering so much was made of Weymouth hosting the Olympics in 2012 much of the communications street furniture in the town centre and quay areas is still covered in fly posters advertising events in 2011 when I visited just before Xmas 2013! If Weymouth, its Council and People think so much of their town why wasn't this all cleared up pre the Olympics? So much for town and civic pride and a sense of welcome for our international visitors in 2012. Little hope then that a bit of graffiti is going to be cleared up quickly..... The Timelord

8:38am Thu 2 Jan 14

The Fish says...

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE wrote:
Dorsetdumpling says...there's good eating on a swan.

FYI
Harming a swan in any way is a criminal offence.
All mute swans in the UK are owned by the Queen.
Not true - those at Abbotsbury are owned by the Strangeways Estate (Charlotte Townsend).
[quote][p][bold]IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE[/bold] wrote: Dorsetdumpling says...there's good eating on a swan. FYI Harming a swan in any way is a criminal offence. All mute swans in the UK are owned by the Queen.[/p][/quote]Not true - those at Abbotsbury are owned by the Strangeways Estate (Charlotte Townsend). The Fish

7:45pm Thu 2 Jan 14

westbaywonder says...

David_divenghy2 wrote:
westbaywonder wrote:
Oh Dear, seems David is a litle upset .

Yet again,someone has a talent,but becouse it does not fit in with the tory boy attitude,we will try and squash it.

A bill board advert is vandalism,but i suppose becouse there is money involved it is ok and every one must live with it.

Dont know what any of this has to do with Littlemoor.

Whoever is responsible for these paintings ,PLEASE KEEP DOING THEM!
Some of us like them,sorry David can,t see the wood for the trees!
For a start I am not a Tory supporter thank you, as always the left leaning dims cannot see the real wood for the trees, billboards are legal, graffiti is not. You are promoting a crime and the damage to peoples property.

As always with people like you, I do not see you giving your home address and making your property available for people to Graffiti on, if you want it so much, why have you not, hypocrisy? So go ahead, be a person of your convictions....
As always with people like you?
You dont know me ,i live in Surrey and run a successful business in Weymouth,you or your wife most likely used my shop during the christmas holiday,thankyou for the business and happy new year.
Now David as far as the Banksy is concerned, i have no objection to any of these works of art going on either my shop(in Weymouth) my home (in Surrey) or my new BMW convertible SERIOUSLY!!!
Please tell all the citizens where you live in Weymouth David?
I suggest you keep your curtains and your mouth shut sir!!!!
[quote][p][bold]David_divenghy2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]westbaywonder[/bold] wrote: Oh Dear, seems David is a litle upset . Yet again,someone has a talent,but becouse it does not fit in with the tory boy attitude,we will try and squash it. A bill board advert is vandalism,but i suppose becouse there is money involved it is ok and every one must live with it. Dont know what any of this has to do with Littlemoor. Whoever is responsible for these paintings ,PLEASE KEEP DOING THEM! Some of us like them,sorry David can,t see the wood for the trees![/p][/quote]For a start I am not a Tory supporter thank you, as always the left leaning dims cannot see the real wood for the trees, billboards are legal, graffiti is not. You are promoting a crime and the damage to peoples property. As always with people like you, I do not see you giving your home address and making your property available for people to Graffiti on, if you want it so much, why have you not, hypocrisy? So go ahead, be a person of your convictions....[/p][/quote]As always with people like you? You dont know me ,i live in Surrey and run a successful business in Weymouth,you or your wife most likely used my shop during the christmas holiday,thankyou for the business and happy new year. Now David as far as the Banksy is concerned, i have no objection to any of these works of art going on either my shop(in Weymouth) my home (in Surrey) or my new BMW convertible SERIOUSLY!!! Please tell all the citizens where you live in Weymouth David? I suggest you keep your curtains and your mouth shut sir!!!! westbaywonder

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