Interesting places and things I see walking around West End, Brisbane.

When Graffiti isn’t Graffiti

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In my lookout for new Graffiti Art I’ve come across a new trend, signs that look like Graffiti but in fact appear to be commissioned by the businesses nearby.

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A Good Barista Makes All The Difference

The Coffee Roaster Sign

Brisbane has quite a few boutique coffee roasting companies and one of these, “The Coffee Roaster”, is next door to our office in West End.

When it first started to serve coffee last year I tried them. To be honest, it wasn’t great, and so I returned to my regular cafe for my daily caffeine hit. This year however I was enticed back when a couple of people from the office indicated that the coffee was vastly improved.

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Gas Stripping Tower

Gas Stripping Tower in West End

As you walk along the river bank near Davies Park in West End you come across a large metal tower. Reminiscent of a lighthouse, it sits in a small grassed area surrounded by large fig trees behind a high metal fence . But what is it?

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Grey is the real Crime

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I found this collection of graffiti just off Vulture Street in West End recently.

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A change of graffiti

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Last year I posted about how I felt that Graffiti can add character to a building and even become a way of recognising the business within even if it’s not directly related to it.

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