Graffiti art or vandalism

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Graffiti art or vandalism

  1. 1. Graffiti art is a form of self-expression. It’s another way artists can show their talent and opinions to the public. Graffiti is street art, often done over a period of time, which characterizes an artist or group.
  2. 2. Vandalism is the intentional destruction of property with the sole purpose of doing something illegal and taboo. Though the two are often lumped together in conversation and subject, there is a defining line between them. Any kid can pick up spray paint and crudely squiggle a line or two of illegible lettering. But it takes an artist with talent and drive to transform the average brick wall into a canvas of creativity and wonder.
  3. 3. • It takes skill, practice and a lot of determination to make a brand for the world to see. To some people, graffiti is nothing more than bright splotches on a wall. But to people who appreciate it, graffiti is a skill that is changing the way we look at spray paint. It takes skill, practice and a lot of determination to make a brand for the world to see. To some people, graffiti is nothing more than bright splotches on a wall. But to people who appreciate it, graffiti is a skill that is changing the way we look at spray paint.
  4. 4. Some graffiti artists are against any form of vandalism on private property such as people’s houses, schools or churches. Most respectful artists are against defacing another person’s art by tagging on or over the piece.
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