Monday, 24 November 2014

Graffiti In Vilnius, The Scrawled Edition

We've shown you the nice stenciled graffiti scattered around Vilnius. What about if you don't have time to do any nifty paper cutting? Or have cans of spray paint? Just find a wall and get writing.

Some old-school 80's style lettering. Maybe a message to your posse?

The world headquarters, no doubt. Aciu means "thank you" in Lithuanian. We doubt the person who needs to clean this utility box will be taking this graffiti to heart.

This one is a mash-up of English and Russian, but the translation is not fit for a family blog.


Self criticism? Acknowledgement? Guilt? Lust?

Regrets. And now Rusty is MAD.

Hurry up, already. Seems to be municipal policy on the graffiti cleanup issue.

Friday, 21 November 2014

Looking At The Crosses At The Hill Of Crosses

It looks like a hill, but it's all about the crosses. With so many to examine, the mind quickly starts to seek out the unique and unusual. It's a regular talent show, ready to be judged. We're all judged, right?

Maybe your cross plays up nationalistic or sports club pride.


Crosses on crosses, the more the better. A handful of crosses, the quickie basic model available at nearby vendors.

Getting crafty, both clay and paint.

A little needlepoint.



Traditional crosses; Russian Orthodox.

Modern twists, circuit boards or Gimp.