There is a Greek song that talks about a street that had its own story, someone had written it with paint on the wall.
Walking around some of the major towns in Greece, it doesn’t take long to realise that the economic crisis lives everywhere, not just in the homes and wallets of the people but also on the buildings and on the walls where the dissatisfaction towards the Greek government, the police and the general crisis is expressed in the form of graffiti.
Apart from the writing on the walls the crisis is very obvious in other things too like the appearance of pawn brokers, which spring in every corner like flowers in spring. We buy your gold.
Plutos (wealth) is a comedy play by Asristophane in which Plutos is a blind beggar. Couldn’t help but see the reality of this in the advertisement of the play in the centre of a Greek town.