KNOW THE DIIFERENCE. People maybe blind >.>.. both suck.. if someone draws shit on my wall I'll shoot them.
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People maybe blind >.>

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Submitted: 07/03/2012
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#24 - anonymous (07/03/2012) [-]
both suck..

if someone draws shit on my wall I'll shoot them.
#35 - inuzukaa ONLINE (07/03/2012) [+] (30 replies)
And this is a spoon
#113 - Deavas (07/03/2012) [+] (3 replies)
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<<this will get painted over by the city









<<this shit will stay there forever
#66 - trollmetoday ONLINE (07/03/2012) [+] (3 replies)
No, it's still vandalism. If somebody damages property that they don't own without permission, it's vandalism. It doesn't matter if it's a 100% accurate replica of the fucking Mona Lisa, it's vandalism none the less. There are plenty of places where people can legally do this shit. I'm tired of people trying to argue that's it's not vandalism because it looks cool.
#22 - anonymous (07/03/2012) [-]
I disagree. Art is bigger then just a well designed image. What does that "URBAN ART" say about society. Although the "URBAN ART" is designed well, its just one mans view and thoughts on a wall. Where as this "VANDALISM" is what the streets really produce. And THAT is truly URBAN.
#168 - ozzuguru (07/03/2012) [-]
No. This is Patrick!
#96 - warlockrichard ONLINE (07/03/2012) [+] (5 replies)
this is a redhead
#109 to #104 - dzamie (07/03/2012) [-]
No, this is a ginger!
#172 - gmarrox (07/03/2012) [+] (4 replies)
Consider this:

You work for days doing this job for someone. You build this really cool house or building. You get paid, but mostly you feel proud of your handiwork.

A few days later, you take your kids and wife to go see the building you've been working on for weeks. Your oldest son has an interest in architecture and you want him to feel inspired or proud of his father. You tell your son that no matter what, the client is your boss, and you build it how they want it, as long as it meets standards.

You tell him how your client wanted brick walls with a stone foundation, no paint. But when you pull your car up, your son sees a huge mural that's tarnishing your work and violating your client's wishes.

Your son loses respect for you and decides to give up architecture and look into being a party clown. You argue with your son which leads to fights. Unable to handle to household strain, your wife leaves you and takes your two kids.

You live your life as a depressed alcoholic architect. Life has no value to you anymore. And then, years and years later, you turn on the TV to watch the news in your hole in the wall apartment building. The story on the news is about a young male stripper who was killed at a bachelorette party in Vegas by an drunken bridesmaid.

The man is your son, who turned to stripping after finding no jobs as a clown. Finally, the last sign you needed that your life has meant nothing. You end it all with the old shard of a beer bottle to the throat method.

And that's why graffiti kills architects.
#71 - frodr ONLINE (07/03/2012) [+] (2 replies)
It might be vandalism, but it's still, in my opinion, a very respectable form of art. I personally am pro-graffiti but I respect anyone who isn't because it is an extremely subjective topic. The problem with this though is where I deferentiate between what is good and what is bad. I do not believe all forms of graffiti are art, what is being depicted is what matters. In my attempt to find a universal law and objective truth, this becomes nearly impossible, as I am simply judging based on whether I am pleased by the aesthetics or message being portrayed. I absolutely love socially-critical graffiti such as Banksy but I am not for "gangsta-rap-my-dick-was-hurrrr" 'art'.



inb4 TL;DR
This is just a touchy subject for me.
#173 - andrz ONLINE (07/03/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Then what's this?
User avatar #160 - theeballsack (07/03/2012) [-]
Different people have different definitions
#149 - ofwgbagelbites (07/03/2012) [-]
**ofwgbagelbites rolled a random image posted in comment #6602828 at FJ Pony Thread ** MFW we have an art channel?
#51 - winners (07/03/2012) [+] (1 reply)
MFW i try to sell an apartment but gang members have "vandalized" the walls
#76 - aqproductions (07/03/2012) [-]
**aqproductions rolled a random image posted in comment #5833 at Drawing & Art ** MFW i realise i couldn't give any more fucks than 0
User avatar #75 - nucularwar (07/03/2012) [-]
out in public that's vandalism, in the bathroom that's reading material
User avatar #176 - donkeyking (07/03/2012) [-]
Yeah, but if you do "urban art" where it's not permitted, then it's vandalism. There's no need to deface something someone else owns in a situation like this, whether it looks cool or not.
User avatar #154 - darthblam (07/03/2012) [-]
They're both vandalism. It's just one looks nicer than the other.
#137 - gamik (07/03/2012) [-]
ohohoh i laughed so hard oh my gooodddd
#74 - letmeloveyou (07/03/2012) [-]
Oh thanks for clearing that up
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