Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Someone had fun




This is my kind of graffiti :-)

Trying to be happy but it is a sad sad day. A national conservative political party was elected as a member of the Swedish Riksdag.

17 comments:

Joan said...

Oh this is wonderful. I love your graffiti!

iHanna said...

Whoooot? Stone and tree - their surprised looks are appropriate for this day and age, right?

ibb said...

Lovely graffitis...and yes quite sad day...strange wave is moving along europe...a bit afraid of it.

Esti said...

I am sorry to hear about that party. It gets a litlle scary. It's good to fight a bad day with nice graffitti.

barbara said...

yay to the graffiti, boo to the election!

Onneke said...

I am sorry to hear they got elected. I was reading a long article about it in an English paper the other day. It's scary.

shaton said...

Oh boy ! What will THEY say in a couple of centuries when they discover the graffities ?
:))

sylvï said...

i'm trying to convince myself it's all a sign of things getting worse before they get better...

anna said...

Glad someone made something cheerful and funny on such an icky day. So sorry about the political stuff.

Kristen Donegan said...

UGH so sorry to hear about your election- BOO!
Glad to see your finding some sweetness none the less-:)

sideoats + scribbles said...

This is graffiti is awesome! :)

And I just don't understand politics. :(

Catalina said...

Roligt! och hemskt läskigt!

hc said...

I found your blog quite a while ago and I've been visiting it since. Nice to hear from faraway, different places... I was born in Lisbon, Portugal, where I live. I too heard the news and I too was sad :( Hope and believe better days will come - congrats for your work and graffiti :)
helena

Kena said...

hahha lovely faces...as of astonishment or of Terror

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Kristiina said...

haha- de e ju underbart!!!

Sebastian said...

Haha, underbart!

Sabine said...

My son once did the same with the trees in our garden.
And join the club of conservative countries... it's a sad reality in Europe nowadays.