I laugh every time I see something like this in Munich. It’s not because I dislike the graffiti, or because I am offended by the fact that someone would deface another person’s property. I laugh because Graffiti just doesn’t fit in Munich. Graffiti comes with this impression of some social unrest, a rebellious youth, or some sort of counter culture – that simply doesn’t exist in Munich. Like most places in Germany, you find order where ever you go in Munich. As one example, the few places you find graffiti in Munich are walls designated for just such a thing. That’s right, state sanctioned graffiti. It just seems counter-intuitive and wrong. At any rate, the image is interesting in the heart of yuppie Schwabing.