Dr. Loyd Ganey
July 21st 2013 Graffiti, a deviant behavior? When someone walks down an alley way, under a bridge, or by a railway car what are they most likely to see? Graffiti. Graffiti is the deviant act of vandalism; it appears in many places, and in many forms. The artists that create these sometimes beautiful masterpieces are often overlooked, but their murals live on to be seen and added on to day after day. Most people feel that graffiti on any type of property is vandalism. If someone marks up an object it is distasteful and deviant, but sometimes it can be a work of art that gets overlooked. Janice Rahn, author of Painting without Permission also thought this, until she was given a project …show more content…
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