Some things never change

Ancient graffiti has been found in a quarry near Hadrian’s Wall in Carlyle, England. The graffiti depicts an officer and an image of a penis. Why does this matter? It dates back to approximately 207 AD and supports the idea that graffiti writing is a generational activity that will not go away. So, the next time someone asks me how we can make money removing graffiti I can show them a photo of an 1,812 year old piece of it.

Photo credit- Jon Allison Newcastle University