Demolition and site clearance give opportunities for Graffiti taggers

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Embas Bras (VLAD) on October 18, 2011

A nice shot! I also started to pay attention to graffiti - a sort of "street art"... Sunny days to you. Greetings from Kiev/Ukraine. VLAD

Bobsky. on October 18, 2011

Hi Vlad When the old buildings are pulled down there is sometimes years untill the new buildings start and that gives a blank canvas and the opportunity for the Graffiti street artist do do is work. regards Bob

Embas Bras (VLAD) on October 18, 2011

Yes, Bob, you are right. Here, in Kiev it is a paradise for graffiti authors (a lot of ruined and semi-ruined buildings)like this

Greetings/VLAD

Bobsky. on October 18, 2011

Hi Vlad Graffiti can be an interesting subject for the camera, but for some taggers to deface Historic buildings it is a crime against society. regards Bob

Embas Bras (VLAD) on October 18, 2011

You are 100% right. Is there a law on this in your country? Regards, VLAD

Bobsky. on October 18, 2011

Hi Vlad Yes there are laws but they are not a deterrent to the Taggers, they only get a fine and it doe's not matter if they don't pay the fine, they should be made to clean it off the walls not just there work but all the other taggers scrawl. regards. Bob

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  • Uploaded on October 17, 2011
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    by Bobsky.
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