Thursday, July 21, 2011

clean graffiti

Instead of painting new images on degraded municipal walls and other infrastructure, JP Jordaan, Nick Ferreira, Stathi Kougianos and Martin Pace (all Vega graduates, a brand communication school in South Africa), enhance them with clean, temporary graffiti. While tagging is technically illegal, authorities are battling to pin down how exactly these “urban vandals” are doing harm.






Source:  Inhabitat

5 comments:

  1. So pretty it can't be vandalism!

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  2. Very beautiful art. They can come paint those birds at my house anytime.

    XoXo
    www.justpatience.com

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  3. I see this done everywhere and I really cant call it vandalism.. Not gang related and I see it more as art..

    All the best, Angel

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  4. This is beautiful! I'd be happy to have some in my area!

    Come by and my Hello Mellow giveaway if you like!

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  5. Those birds are beautiful, deffinetely art and not vandalism. They can paint those down my street anytime!

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