• Art is a way to express your feelings, and this is what graffiti means.
  • There are places where painting graffiti is allowed and they can make them the way they prefer.
  • Graffitists want to leave a message on walls so that it can reach to lots of people. A wall is the best place where you can make them because everybody can see them, and there are lots of walls.
  • The ability to produce complicated pieces is what separates the tagger from the graffiti artist; graffitist for short. Taggers scribble and graffitists do art. The completion of a piece or a production involves a great deal of imagination, planning, and effort.
  • There is a huge difference between kids tagging in the street and graffiti artists.
  • Some of them can be really beautiful, if they are well painted, and if the people know how to paint or has some experience on it.
  • producing graffiti art with a crew builds team work in that the crew works together for the accomplishment of a common goal. The feeling of this achievement in league with others is of value to the artist.
  • Street art beautifies the community by appearing on areas that normally would be eyesores

  • Graffiti are made illegal, as in homes or shops where people do not want them done.
  • A lot of signs have been tagged over by some graffiti and it could cause road accidents as a result of driver’s confusion
  • Many people do not like them because they make places look dirty,abandoned and unsafe. (tags)
  • Graffiti aren’t in museums or art galleries that’s why they aren’t art.
  • Local governments spend a big amount of money in removing graffiti from towns and cities.There are organizations against them and following every step they take.


  1. Marta Pérez

    I like this section because we see the two visions about graffiti that currently exist.
    The graffiti can be vandalism for some people, but I personally consider it a way of expression. I must ask…why is there free speech now? Are we in a freer society nowadays?
    Art is used so that people see the political and social reality of the world.
    I totally agree with Banksy! Can anybody think he is not an artist?

  2. laura mata

    I like grafitti and I think it’s art too, but it’s true that in some places it should be prohibited because, there are some very ugly grafitti and they don’t make places look beautiful.

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