Graffiti in Spain
By Emily Sinrod
This past summer I spent time photographing the bustling streets of Cádiz, an ancient port city in southwest Spain, built on a strip of land surrounded by the sea in the region Andalusia. As election controversy spurred the nation, people took to the streets to share their emotions and concerns in the form of graffiti. Both political and beautiful in nature, these pictures showcase inspirational quotes, defilement of campaign posters and stencil work.