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Tags only on the Garage door. This garage door is part of a church.

Actually this seems to be a trend. Certain windows, doors and garage doors get tagged and then all the artists tag the door but the surrounding area remains clean and the residents / owners do not paint over the tags. This seems to create a nice balance. The area remains graffiti and tag free and the artists get to "Mark" their territory.

Definitely would make for an interesting study in cultural anthropology.



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Tags only on the Garage door. This garage door is part of a church.

Actually this seems to be a trend. Certain windows, doors and garage doors get tagged and then all the artists tag the door but the surrounding area remains clean and the residents / owners do not paint over the tags. This seems to create a nice balance. The area remains graffiti and tag free and the artists get to "Mark" their territory.

Definitely would make for an interesting study in cultural anthropology.



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  • Ginnie
  • United States
  • 15 Dec 2007, 11:06
Now THAT is a fabulous concept, John! I really like that idea of graffiti getting "tagged" places and artists marking their territory. Very, very cool!!!
John Eagle: It is something for the urban anthropologist to look into. I saw it and didn't think twice and then I began to see it again and again.

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