Even though there are already many places that that have already been victims of graffiti or tagging, people could try to help eliminate graffiti. Eighty percent of buildings in the world have graffiti on them, and by helping the percent could not get any higher. Citizens should volunteer to reconstruct
What is graffiti? Is graffiti art or is it just a nuisance? Graffiti has been around for years, used in different ways. It has been used in different ways. Many arguments have started over it, some think graffiti is art, some do not. Graffiti has always existed, whether people have realized it or not.
Graffiti is not only an eye-sore but is also detrimental to the health of those living in the vicinity of the vandalism. Graffiti can have a negative effect on the safety and welfare of a community by promoting a negative perception of that area, leading to the increase in other types of crime. Graffiti in you local area could also directly effect the valuation of your house causing it to fall as graffiti is often a blight on an area. This can lead to an area looking run down and uncared for, reducing the curb appeal and therefore the amount of people who want to move into the area.
Since the birth of graffiti in the 1960’s many people were or are either thrown in jail, have to pay a high fine in graffiti damages or are either asked to do graffiti in many museums and art galleries because owners like the art they see and want others to see it too. Graffiti has been around for some time now, most people and the police just see it as a form of destruction and not art they should not just see it as something that is good or evil because these artists are expressing themselves through this art and trying to spread a message. The United States and the U.K need to accept the art and nature or meaning behind this graffiti because it is a way for people to do good things other than rob or go to jail it is also a way for people to get their message out and have others hear them or see them in an artistic way.
Many people will argue that money and esteem is earned from hard work and determination. However, that’s not the case for graphic designers. Graphic design is a job that requires no effort or talent, and is the easiest and fastest way to earn money and esteem. Graphic design is the
Art. Art is “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.” (google). That’s kind of a lot. Basically, art is anything created as a product of human creativity and imagination to portray a message, trigger an emotion, or just, look good. That being said, what isn’t art? Anything, from the mona lisa to the projects sitting around this room were made by human imagination and creativity to portray a message or just be beautiful. What if you were told, that all of the hard work that was put into those projects and paintings, was illegal? Not accepted by some people as art, and frowned upon.
Tattooing is an ancient tribal tradition practiced by everyone but the Romans and Greeks. It can be a way of expressing one’s self, honouring someone, or telling a story. In Canada, thirty-eight percent of adults have at least one tattoo, that is approximately fourteen million people. Although people have positive
“Why get a tattoo? You do realize that they are permeant, right?” People get tattoos for a specific reason. Someone could get one to honor a family member that has passed away and they want to keep their memory alive, or they have a matching one with a loved one as a symbol of friendship, or they have always wanted one, but never knew what to get until the right time. Everyone has a reason to get a tattoo. Such as death, loved ones, and timing. Tattoos mean different things to different people.
Most people think of graffiti as vandalism or the defacing of private property by wild teenagers with spray cans. I had never really thought about graffiti or art for that matter until I found myself defending something I didn’t know about because I liked what I saw on the sidewalk in Memphis, Tennessee. Now, that’s sounds crazy but I did my best to explain using simple words that I hoped they would understanding.
Many people think that adults doing graffiti influences younger kids do it. That's simply not true. A graffiti artist by the name of 'Banksy', who is an unidentified artist in England, says "Imagine a city where graffiti wasn't illegal, a city where everybody could draw whatever they liked. Where every street was awash with a million colors and little phrases. Where standing at a bus stop was never boring. A city that felt like a party where everyone was invited, not just the estate agents and barons of big business." Graffiti is art and art is such a wonderful thing that makes others happy. If someone wants to do something that makes them happy, then people should let them. It's no different than painting or music or even doing makeup. It makes people happy. Being happy shouldn't be
Although there are a tremendous amount of graffiti a the institutes it is illegal. Graffiti is very creative, but it should not be use to vanalis properd.
Even though graffiti takes talent, it is disrespectful to put on buildings and on trains. The most important building that should not have graffiti one it should be schools. School is a building that kids go to daily and they do not want to come to schools that has
Bosfield 1 Darlecia Bosfield Professor McFeaters ENC1101 10 October 2017 The Public Opinion and The Hidden Expressionist By definition, graffiti is illegal. It is also considered vandalism because public or private property is intentionally destroyed, but in Alex Boyd’s blog “In Defense of Graffiti”, he clearly conveys his argument about how graffiti shows qualities of value and shouldn’t be criticized on impulse. Even though many people have seen graffiti as something to be condoned, punishable, and terrorizing, it is actually just another form of expression, communication, art, and point of view.
Vandalism has been at Kapolei Middle School for a while and I bet people are sick and tired of it. When I first saw this school I thought it was great, but when I got to see it a bit more I saw tons of vandalized places. I saw swear
Although there are many satisfying students in school everyday some can be trouble makers like stealing things out of lockers, and vandalising the school and after school hours. Many off of campus students could make a major problem for graffiti after school hours.