Until recently a lot of buildings in Copenhagen was being renovated, and "cleaned up". Mainly because the real estate market was inflating like crazy, and everybody wanted to make a profit. House walls were touched up and evened out, becoming the number one canvas to a new generation of mural painters. There are words of wisdom up there, likely applied upside down, or at least in the dark, probably with no safety measures. And some of this work even has the potential to become landmarks, if left untouched. But of course the very nature of the game is that there are no rules, and nothing is sacred.
As the writing on the wall states, one man's trash is another man's treasure. The opposite is also true today, that what some people treasure, others trash. It is visible all the way from the government, showing blatant disregard for large groups of people, and down to the streets, striking back the same way. However if the objective is to coexist in peace, a mutual understanding is necessary, that some things should just be left alone.
Turning the ordinary into something extraordinary.
The bridge is a landmark, and should be recognised as sacred ground. But so, of course, should