Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by Badgers, Jul 6, 2019.
There's a few on the M25
5 things we know about mysterious London graffiti artist 'HELCH'
He painted over 'give peas a chance'
'Give peas a chance' M25 graffiti removed
No they did not. It was painted over and HELCH painted over after
Weird though Badgers - as you say 'peas' was painted over then HELCH added after. One artist painting over another's tag?
The daily mail is up in arms over this in - HRH is very upset
seen in greenford
that must be like getting the Royal seal of approval for graffiti artists
Crappy guardian thing: Who is HELCH? How one graffiti artist made a lot of enemies
Driving up the M1 on the weekend and found HELCH's typography to be excellent and well suited to the banded concrete of the original overbridges.
they're having the time of their lives, fair fucking play, they've gone full Turk 182
I saw a few on the way Back Home a couple of weeks ago, didn't realise it was A Thing
I don't know what it means, but I hear there is an important message for humanity contained therein, and that it is more profound than HENK!
... I need somebody
Wouldn't have expected to find you so far out.
Windsor 'Helch' graffiti artist who upset Queen is drug convict Banksy wannabe
His mum says it can't have been him, he's a good boy.
He probably needs to get by with a little helch from his friends
On a pedantic note about the Sun article, I don't think he can be both a convict and have escaped jail. A con is someone doing bird, if I have the argot correct.
Odd because the Sun usually has such high journalistic standards.
The way they use 'Lives with his mum' as if it might be indicative of childish behaviour rather than likely the average young people are forced to rely on their parents.
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