This is purely a visual post. I happened to be in Brighton last week and came across the first and last piece of graffiti, shown here, close by Brighton railway station. I particularly love the Banksy of the two policemen kissing. This sums up Brighton at its best, alternative, tolerant and inclusive.
Each summer when Brighton has its art and craft festival more and more new pieces of graffiti appear on the walls of the town. The council are obviously very relaxed about this and it is a big tourist draw.
The rest of the images were on both sides of a narrow road down towards the Lanes. It is called Trafalgar Lane. It is narrow and I am astonished that the artists could stand far enough back to see their work as they were constructing it.