Graffiti can range from vandalism to fine art depending on the talent level of the artist, but sometimes even the most basic doodles are impressive because of the spirit of the person holding the spray paint.
People around the world have taken to social media to share some of the funniest examples of graffiti they’ve spotted and Bored panda gathered the best.
They include one person who hilariously transformed a traffic stop sign into a cocktail bar scene with the addition of a few stick men.
While another scribbled “I was cool” on an old refrigerator abandoned on the street.
People have taken to social media to share some of the funniest examples of graffiti they’ve spotted and Bored Panda has rounded up the best. Including one person who hilariously made a traffic stop sign into a cocktail bar scene
Elsewhere, in Londona billboard proclaimed that “Jesus had the answer,” so someone decided to ask “what religion are sheep?”
Meanwhile, in Bergen, Norway, someone claimed that “ketchup is just tomato jam” on a Burger King sign.
Here, FEMAIL takes a look at some of the most comical examples of graffiti around the world…
Banksy doesn’t need to lose sleep! This aspiring artist from Gap in the Hautes-Alpes scribbled a cry to their mother
What bullshit ! In Bergen, Norway, someone claimed “ketchup is just tomato jam” on a Burger King sign
Someone made fun of a Slim World slogan, and I hope most were able to see the funny side.
One witty person decided to write about the window being alarmed after spotting a sign that read ‘the door was alarmed’.
Fears of the North! It seems that the residents of Reykjavík are fed up with tourists going to see the Northern Lights,
Talk about a right hook! This hanger is unexpectedly menacing
Deep! The person who vandalized this religious billboard mocked the idea that people who swallow their beliefs without question are “sheep.”
So true! Some people scribbled “I was cool” on an old refrigerator abandoned on the street
Another person, in London, clearly didn’t like their job or had been fired from it.
Matty, from Leytonstone, east London, is willing to do just about anything for Twix money.