Street Art BY: ALBERTO MARIO MOLINO

When is it considered Vandalism?

IT IS CONSIDERED VANDALISM WHEN PEOPLE IS PAINTING IN THE STREET OR IN BUILDINGS AND BRIDGES. ALSO WHEN THAT PAINTS ARE SOMETHING BAD OR SOMETHING NOT PRESENTABLE FOR TOURIST OR PEOPLE. CAN ALSO BE WHEN THAT PAINTER IS PAINTING IN SOMEONE ELSE PROPERTY AS A HOUSE, FARM, ESTABLISHMENT AND MORE.

When isn't it vandalism?

IT IS NOT VANDALISM WHEN IT IS IN YOUR PROPERTY OR WITH A POLITICAL OR BY YOUR SURROUNDING APPROVAL AS IT A NEIGHBORHOOD WILL NEED TO BE APPROVED BY ALL THE NEIGHBORS THAT LIVE THERE.

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FOR MANY PEOPLE STREET ART OR GRAFFITI IS VANDALISM BECAUSE IS ART IN PUBLIC PLACES WERE IT IS NOT ALLOWED AS IN BUIDINGS, OR IN STREET AND EVEN MORE IN BRIDGES.

BUT ALSO ARE THE PEOPLE THAT THINK THAT IS NOT VANDALISM BECAUSE THINK THAT IS A WAY OF PEOPLE EXPRESS OR AS PEOPLE VENT AND DOING GREAT PAINTS THAT CAN BE IN THE STREETS.

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Credits:

Created with images by ShonEjai - "background graffiti grunge" • bobbi vie - "Street Art : 2011 Work" • INORONE - "un petit WALKART pour la pub. ." • themightyzor - "kelburn castle graffiti castle graffiti"

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