December 6: Flash Fiction Challenge – Graffiti


December 6, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about graffiti. It can be an artist, art or the medium itself. Get out your can of spray paint and go where the prompt leads you.

My son is an artist and is commissioned to produce murals on walls and buildings all around Australia and other places, there’s one is Miami, Florida on the side of a building.

Below is an example, one I was lucky enough to work on with him some years ago.


Recently he did some in people’s houses, on their exterior walls and one is in a garden where he has used green instead of blue.

Though you may not see it as graffiti in the true sense, it is a form of graffiti, one he is paid well to do.


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14 Responses to December 6: Flash Fiction Challenge – Graffiti

  1. Charli Mills says:

    Wow — your son’s art is so intricate. The blue and white colors are stunning. I’m pleased to know he earns a good income from it, too.

  2. Wow. How wonderful that he is getting commissions to do as you say ‘graffiti.’

  3. I have seen your son’s art featured here before, Michael. He is very talented.

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