Why I Hate Society.. tags.. OP needs to learn what the word vandalism actually means. If you paint on your wall which belongs to your property no one cares, because it´s YOUR property. If  description
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#10 - lordumpalumpa (09/17/2012) [+] (59 replies)
OP needs to learn what the word vandalism actually means.

If you paint on your wall which belongs to your property no one cares, because it´s YOUR property.

If you paint on a stranger´s wall which doesn´t belong to you it´s vandalism.

You could paint the ************* Mona Lisa on let´s say on the ground of New York´s Time Square, it would be still vandalism because Time Square doesn´t belong to you.
#47 - bec (09/18/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Except that most graffiti doesn't look like the first picture, it looks like this. And it's ugly as **** .
#97 - desdemona (09/18/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Both are art. Top one is vandalism because it is not the artists property and they didn't have permission. People like you make me hate society.
User avatar #1 - bostpost (09/17/2012) [+] (4 replies)
I'm a really skilled gardener, should I go to the hospital and plant poison ivy everywhere?
User avatar #78 - geomancer (09/18/2012) [-]
#29 - semiawesomeness (09/18/2012) [-]
It's vandalism because they are painting on private property, if it was their own building it would be fine.
#131 - mikelan (09/18/2012) [+] (2 replies)
yes, it's vandalism. the rules are simple. don't ******* paint on something that isn't yours.
if this is your only reason for hating society i suggest reconsidering your view on our society.
#77 - beatmasterz (09/18/2012) [-]
You don't know real art.
#88 - insevin (09/18/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Both art, and the wall painting has the artist details in the corner. Its not vandalism if it was sanctioned (allowed) and it appears to have been so.
#37 - trollsarereal (09/18/2012) [-]
theyre both art
#23 - brosephus (09/18/2012) [-]
Owners of buildings decide what is vandalism. If they don't want you spraypainting "Blitzzzzy dewdle" on their building it's their right to not have it there. On the other hand, if the business owner decides they want to commission a tagger or other artist to decorate their building, that is their prerogative.
#65 - goobyprfavor (09/18/2012) [-]
I dont really understand what you're getting at. If it has been sprayed on someone elses property it is vandalism.

And by the way, it actually looks like the grafitti there is not vandalism, but something one has been rented to do.
User avatar #69 - oneeyedfreak (09/18/2012) [-]
Oh please, not this ******** again...

Spraying graffiti on private property without permission = vandalism
****** and skewed paint stains on fences that somehow resemble a word = vandalism
Street art that was painted by a real artist on a "rented" wall, that follows the rules of composition and color = art
Paint stains that were thrown up on canvas by a wanna-be amateur = ****
Actual abstract art that follows the rules of composition and color, painted by a real artist = art
#55 - odaer (09/18/2012) [-]
****** vandals... putting that phone box there, how dare they
User avatar #157 - wooyoungkim (09/18/2012) [-]
Well if that "vandalism" wasn't painted over someone else's property it would have been art.
#44 - jasonthedragon (09/18/2012) [-]
********* op on a thumbwhoring-mission
User avatar #40 - MegaAwesomeSauce (09/18/2012) [-]
I go into your house, take a **** on your toilet seat and leave it there, right? You'd be pissed, or at least, a little uneasy that I didn't ask permission to take a dump on your toilet seat, yes? Now with that precedent set, would you feel the slightest bit bothered if I went and took a dump on my own toilet seat? Or better yet, asked permission to take a dump on yours?

When you label something as Vandalism, that by no account means it isn't art, it means you can't afford your own wall or you are too much of a dick to simply use your own or even ask someone to give you permission to use their wall.
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