Sir Terry Pratchett, a brilliant and prolific author particularly known for his 40+ Discworld novels, said:
“You ignore graffiti at your peril. It’s the heartbeat of a city. It’s the voice of the voiceless.”
The voiceless have spoken. From London to Bristol, the voiceless are commemorating Sir Terry Pratchett, his life and his works.
— Pratchett Job (@pratchettjob) April 2, 2015
— Sister Bo (@bo_novak) March 18, 2015
As the great Terry Pratchett says: “You ignore graffiti at your peril. It’s the heartbeat of a city. It’s the voice of the voiceless. — Geoff Pearson (@GCobber99) January 26, 2015
In case you haven’t noticed, I’m a fan — both of Sir Terry’s work and of good street art (aka graffiti).