In 2003, I documented graffiti throughout Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa a series titled The ones on top won't make it Stop!
The title itself is part of the graffiti I photographed. These photographs encapsulated the social and political atmosphere of post-apartheid South Africa.
[Graffiti, like photography, is a form of visual communication. It is a vehicle that informs society about the range of socio-political issues that affect us; it gets people's messages across in a, public, 'in your face' way; it evokes powerful emotion. To me, it is more than merely a visual message...it is poetry... — Nontsikelelo "Lolo" Veleko, These Words Are Like Swords.
see Wikipedia Nontsikelelo Veleko