Check out this AWESOME tag that Kate discovered on a container at a construction site on her way to work (on the city end of Regent St, for those of you familiar with Hobart):
It's lucky that Nick was driving, cause Kate went crazy when she saw it! The funny thing is, at work the the day before she had been reading a paper on tagging as a social literacy practice among young people (whatever that is). Here is a quote from the paper: 'Tags can be a youth's signature moniker, a slogan, a protest, a message, and occasionally a lengthy tribute.'* Well, this one isn't lengthy, but it's obviously a tribute.
The Legend of Pablo continues to grow...
PS I did not do this tag, by the way. I find it too hard to hold a spray can in my paws.
*MacGillvray, L. & Curwen, M.S., 2007, 'Tagging as a social literacy practice', Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, v.50, n.5, pp.354-69.
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