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New York City’s subway platforms have more graffiti, more water damage and slightly fewer rats. They also had more overflowing trash cans, fewer “substantial floor cracks,” and a little bit less peeling paint,… Continue reading →
Graffiti artists need not hide under bridges, climb over fences or risk injury in rail yards to practice their craft at a special event this month at American Airlines Center. The city’s actually… Continue reading →
Click on image, or click on the link: Starting at the finish line. Starting at the finish line.
Click on the below link or pict and check out the random flicks. Graffiti – Street Art or Vandalism?.
Writer on tour.
Miss Van started wall-painting in the streets at the age of 18, initiating the feminine movement in street art. Miss Van’s sultry female characters began to pop up on city center walls in… Continue reading →
Don’t just look at the picture here. Click and see this video. A must see… Let’s Pray This Doesn’t Catch On: Blood-Based Graffiti – Arts & Lifestyle – The Atlantic Cities.
Can’t believe this question is still being asked today… Student Opinion | Can Graffiti Ever Be Considered Art? – NYTimes.com.
An oldie but goodie….
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