Cultural heritage has long been rune stones, churches and home museums. Since the City of Stockholm decided to commemorate the cultural painting Fasci-nate in Bromsten, the concept has expanded.
Almost thirty-five years ago, a bunch of Luleå guys painted some walls on the yard to Varvsgatan 39 in Luleå. The assignment came from the IOGT-NTO who was involved in running the cultural center Allis. After a few years the paintings were forgotten. Meanwhile, the painters became adults with careers in art, illustration, tattooing and other creative professions.
In Slow Limits - Hiphop and graffiti in Luleå, Tobias Barenthin Lindblad tells about how the paintings came about and how we look at them today.