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    Graffiti Pros And Cons

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    Interrogations by the Graffiti community Graffiti is a subgenre of Hip-hop, and wherever you find Hip Hop you will find graffiti. Graffiti artists do not agree on whether graffiti artists should participate in advertising campaigns… The conflict of interest here makes for fascinating research to investigate what happens when something subversive and anti-mainstream gets co-opted for commercial purposes. Converse presented street art as graffiti in style and motivation however the artists used…

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    As we walk through the city streets, or as we travel, we find graffiti for almost about anywhere. It has been around forever and it will never stop. Originally, graffiti was brought up in the subways in New York in the 1960’s, and it was a manner for real graffiti writers to express themselves to no limits. During the 1960’s, graffiti was strictly illegal; many laws were enforced against this act to the extent where these people were incarcerated for something they loved to do. For the real…

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    In the essay “The Multifaceted Nature of Street Art” student author Theresa George utilizes approximately seven sources to describe her beliefs about graffiti. George associates first with author Lea Vergine, as George illustrates their shared beliefs about graffiti. George discusses the various terms used by society for graffiti, such as tagging, graffiti, writing, along with Vergine’s personal belief that is “the painting of desire or wild communication” (Silverman). George points to the…

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    You’re walking down the streets of London, England graffiti, littering every wall you look upon, all of them are visibly made with passion, but, it is controversial to whether graffiti is acceptable or abominable. Every year graffiti artists are charged millions of dollars for their art-related damages, even with the permission of property owners to do their artistry. However, at the same time, there are a few artists that receive payment for the art they do without legal charges like it should…

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    Vandalism In Subway Art

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    Henry Chelfant, one of the authors of the book Subway Art, notes that style concept is very specific (Chelfant 29). First of all, it is determined by letters form and how they are connected. According on site “Graffiti: art through vandalism”, there are several different styles of graffiti that are popular today. Pieces is the most common style at the moment. “Pieces are the most elaborate graffiti works, with a more artistic composition. Considered to be an artist 's best work, these are…

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    Vandalism And Street Art

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    Surprisingly, even today, street art is often perceived as vandalism. This misunderstood art form is present in all of our daily lives, acting as an inspiration to countless aspiring artists and brightening up the dismal world we live in today, with ongoing wars and refugees fleeing to safety, in an attempt to escape their nightmare. It is a method of self-expression used by many people. Every individual has their hobbies and interests. To some it is street art. To those who object to street art…

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    among them. Some see graffiti as vandalism, a cancer spreading through cities, even an epidemic, indicating degradation of society for it is viewed as criminal behavior, as it uses one’s property without permission. For others, graffiti is a form of art due to its expressive nature regardless of where it is placed. Public opinion on graffiti is torn in modern society but is slowly shifting in favor of it. Graffiti is art to those who interpret it that way, and vandalism to the opposing…

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    Vandalism In No Name Woman

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    doing nothing about it? I have and I regret my decision of silence. In the City of San Francisco, vandalism is a form of urban art, but according to SF Public Work, it cost around 20 million annually to recover the damage from vandalism. As a rider of the public transportation, our bus fee was raised several times because of vandalism. Why did I stay silence on the bus? I could have stopped the vandalism, and I have many options to do it: I can alert the transportation agency via text message or…

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    They find violence not only fascinating but also to establish their reputation as a gang to be feared. Many youths look at drinking, vandalism, and drug use as a form of having fun. Their idea of amusement is partying, getting high, bullying and robbing people. Drive- bye shooting is the most numerous violent crime committed by gangs. Members will hunt for homes, vehicles, of hang- outs of rival gangs and well drive by and shoot at the members of the rival gang. Homicides among Latino…

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    out of weariness or even cause of stress or feeling of lonesome. This case is serious especially when you don’t have any control and letting your actions do all the work for you. Vandalism can lead to destruction. This is a way of destroying someone’s property if you don’t have any permission to do it. Also, vandalism is illegal because of being mischief of your hands' movement. There is one called “Urban Art” when you can…

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