Walking down in the north east section of Arturo Soria street, in a residential rather non-descript neighborhood in Madrid, we came across three graffiti that, read as series, seek to engage passersby not as consumers but as creative agents. Writing with fine markers, their writers chose strategic locations to deliver their messages. The first was a declaratory slogan written on a mailbox:
In a seeming response, this exhortative slogan on the top of the mailbox, offered, in rather oracular mode, a hint to emancipate one’s mind:
One block down, another exhortative slogan popped out from the exterior panel of a little castle in a public children’s playground: “Destroy your own limits, not your dreams.” A kind reminder, and a warning, and advice to both kids and adults of the new world order. Oracular teachings on the streets.