Month: June 2015

Follow your inner moonlight: Blake, Bukowski and Ginsberg on the streets of Tbilisi.

A few years ago, an unknown individual with the initials “A. E.” began transforming the facades of Georgia’s capital Tbilisi into canvases of poetry. Around the city, walls were covered with quotes by poets and artists like James Blake, Charles Bukowski, Patti Smith and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Unlike ordinary graffiti, these fragments appeared mysterious and thought-provoking. Who wrote them and why? What was it that they were supposed to communicate?