September 11, 2005

Overly Literate Bathroom Graffiti

Photos taken in a women's bathroom in Railroad Square Cinema in Waterville, Maine by Icarus.


yes. yes, we can. in fact, i think we should start a movement. title of quench III, by the way.


"Libraism [sic] is a mental disorder."


Dashboard Confessional, "Vindicated"


Gia Carangi



Who wrote this line, o poets and readers thereof?


Oscar Wilde was a fag.



Ani diFranco. Also a fag.



"Violence is as American as cherry pie." -H. Rap Brown



...or so you think.


Matt Nathanson, "Clean"


guess who wrote this? ;-)



Jewel, "Do You Want to Play" (rewriting a line from D.H. Lawrence, Lady Chatterley's Lover)

1 comment:

raine said...

it's amazing to see such creative, beautiful, non-destructive graffiti. it fills me with hope. my favorite piece of graffiti from this summer was inside a bathroom stall in a building of BU that eerily resembles a high school...one of those "typrically american" high schools depicted in movies. in it, i feel as though i'm walking through someone else's memories. not the point. anyway, the bathroom stall said this: "i'm surrounded by arsonists and kids who wear mittens pinned to their shirts in all seasons. time to get new friends?" it made me think something different every time i saw it.