Is it true that graffiti should be rejected as a temporary exhibition?

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  • Sugarstarzkill-PGOSugarstarzkill-PGO Posts: 437 ✭✭✭✭✭

    It is true that graffiti "tags" and illegally done graffiti should be rejected. In large part because it's technically vandalism and likely to get painted over and its, well, illegal.

    There is some grey area. Street art that is allowed by the city can be approved if it's genuinely a nice piece if artwork. The one pictured is a step above a random graffiti tag and is actually kind of appealing (in my opinion) but it doesn't help that it is so faded. When it was new it probably looked pretty cool, but Unfortunately it looks like it was done illegally and it isn't being maintained.

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