Good Life: Join the street revolution

You can debate the artistic merits of graffiti until the cows come home, but our innate desire to alter our surroundings as a means of self-expression is here to stay.

27th July, 2013
When you live in a city built of concrete and brick, making art in public spaces and beautifying the few empty spaces is a natural human response.

You can debate the artistic merits of graffiti until the cows come home, but our innate desire to alter our surroundings as a means of self-expression or as an attempt to simply beautify our environment is here to stay. Who wouldn't rather look at something creative and beautiful than an ugly barren space or urban eyesore?

Street art has been popping up on city walls and public spaces for decades (graffiti seems to be the...

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