In the wake of the closure and demolition of the Youth Community House ‘Ungeren’ at the address Jagtvej 69 in Copenhagen a little of two months ago, there has been an explosion of political and politically motivated graffiti and street art around Copenhagen. Klaus Køhl, of Rapspot has been around town with his camera and presents his flix from April and May (we linked to his March pictures here earlier).

jagtvej_t.jpgOne of the more inventive ideas the activists have come up with was producing stickers emulating the Copenhagen street signs and pasting ‘Jagtvej’ unto street signs all over town, as well as official looking street numbers saying ’69’ which have been stuck to buildings all around town. There are numerous examples in both sets. Also, look out for the pictures, in the second set, depicting the site where the building once stood. Depressing.