In part 1 (go here for a gander), the lower floors of Keishin Hospital’s abandoned shell offered little apart from dereliction and destruction, but higher up, the building’s wall-cum-canvases are a genuine goldmine of graffiti,
with a varied collection of characters peering out from the plaster,
and at the same time presenting little in the way of privacy.
However, this focus on the human form,
soon turns to more faithful reproductions, with faces,
and especially foreign ones,
being most favoured.
Plus, the female figure in particular,
is a firm favourite.
Although despite seeing a different drawing at each turn, the biggest surprise of the whole hospital haikyo was the appearance of some rather more real faces.
(click images for grander-sized graffiti)