? – The Hood Town Poet

Nice work i reckon. A piece by a local artist known as Questionmarc, There’s is more on his/her website. I am looking forward to a bit more content and will post up some of it that takes my fancy, Mind you the Nottingham Evening Post takes a grim view of it all,But what do they know?  I reckon that some of the graffiti here in Hood Town is spot on,Some good stuff to be seen from trains coming into town.

Have a good one and stay safe.

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8 Responses to “? – The Hood Town Poet”

  1. Preacher Says:

    that is excellent…off to view his other work..ta

  2. Aunt Jackie Says:

    Wow, that’s way more advanced and well thought out, and just more amazing than the graffiti around memphis-town… lol! I guess the gang members just don’t get into poetry.


  3. Pinksy Says:

    Great link, cheers

  4. Aaron Says:

    There is some good ones coming into Nottingham. In St Anns, there is a farm(stonebridge). There is some nice pieces out there as well.

    Check em out.

  5. barnze Says:

    Never been there.Perhaps i should?

  6. Aaron Says:

    yep….take a trip down there.

  7. wiganpier Says:

    I’m all for a bit of avante garde, guerilla art on the streets of Nottingham… but Questionmarc seems obsessed with Robin Hood and urination. What about something on DH Lawrence, Torvill and Dean or the rise and fall of our football teams.

    Or maybe the City Council housing scandal… he/she could cover the Market Square with that.

  8. barnze Says:

    We do have a lot of stuff to be written about, Lets hope it all gets covered in the next few poems eh? Not much to be read about the Council scandal nowadays.Has it been brushed under the carpet?

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