Odd, artistic/graphic, and sardonic.
(Which now that I think about it is actually what interests me in general)
A fresh new Norwegian take on a classic prank:
There's very little graffiti to be found in Norway, but when it's there, it's usually fairly clever, and they use a lot of stenciling (my favorite) ...
Ms. M. Lisa shares her esteemed opinion:
This bleak scene was in Flekkefjord, a tiny hint of a non-town:
It says "This is not an ashtray. -- Rene Magritte." Pretty meh, but I'm a fan of Magritte, so up it goes. Plus, I appreciate the ironic use of street vandalism to make a point about littering ...
And a few years ago, this was my personal take on Magritte in a little indoor graffiti I made on the loft in my bedroom at the time. I think it's funny.
Here's a link to someone who takes photos of real life with a far more advanced tongue in cheek technique than I, Mr. Matt Stuart.