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If You See Something


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Why They've Got Us All Wrong

author: Repine Online : London, UK
Monday, October 6th, 2008


 

Why They've Got Us All Wrong

author: Repine Online : London, UK


Let me ask you, what does a graffiti writer look like? How do they dress? What music are they into? I reckon these questions are unanswerable. Graffiti is a global phenomenon, which is constantly evolving, silently recruiting new members into the clique from all walks of life. From some recent television adverts it appears the media use it as a tool to make products seem slick and stylish in comparison to its loose and sometimes untamed characteristics, but I’m pretty sure mostly it is misunderstood and the people who do it, victims of very bad press. Graffiti is grouped together by...


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Epiphany


I can't account for why it struck me as such, but this graffiti reminds me of Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz. It's beautiful, as it speaks unabashedly about the independence of thought. I drive past this art every day,...

Epiphany

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