A Remix Manifesto: Culture Jamming Graffiti

In an earlier post “Legal Expression”, a reader who went by the alias “Anon” stated that there is a certain type of graffiti that elicits similar thoughts that fine art does. (Anon, 2012). There usually is a higher amount of engagement required from the viewer before arriving to the idea illustrated.  This type of graffiti is not beating […]

Street Art Evolving to Survive the Law

“Typically, the term street art or the more specific post-graffiti is used to distinguish contemporary public-space artwork from territorial graffiti, vandalism, and corporate art.” (Wiki 2012) Issues of privacy come up when a shop owner likes the graffiti on the outside of their buildings but face charges if not removed. The following is an excerpt from the City of Edmonton Bylaw 14600 in […]