I said elsewhere that, during my 2017 visit to Reykjavík, for the first time, my eye got sight of those instances where graffity do collide with, let’s say..., urbanity. I had seen in 2016 the classical manifestations of what many would find ugly, vandalic graffity, but those I saw then were in relatively secluded alleys or corners. Whether the more publicly ostentatious graffity were mainly absent at that time, or simply that I did not pay attention to them, I do not know... But certainly I did notice them in 2017. I devote three successive posts here to show those I photographed.