Red Choo Choo found these somewhere on Florida Street. I wonder if the property owner likes them.
Three more long faces after the jump:
The property owners sense of art appreciation may be tempered by his 30 day or $500 fine per incident notice from the city.
“We noticed someone painted on your property.
Now give us 500 dollars.”
If they didn’t do this, graffiti would never get cleaned up. I don’t mind, personally.
Someone will have to suffer a lot of hassle, cost, and work because of some loser fuckwit’s inane scrawlings. Mission Mission is there to take delight in someone else’s loss and suffering.
“in someone else’s[sic] loss and suffering.”
this isn’t Haiti – its paint on a wall.
“this[sic] isn’t Haiti – its[sic] paint on a wall.”
“Else’s” is correct.
A horse walks into a bar…
…and asks for a cap of cyanide…
Most folks are un-aware that the City tickets property owners until the graffiti is covered up
What about the count your blessings that you can afford to own property in San Francisco argument?
I don’t remember Walt Whitman vandalizing other people’s property?
I don’t own property and I still don’t believe that someone with a can of spray paint can destroy someone’s property just because they feel like it.
And it is destruction.
If you want to make public art, approach the property owner and offer a service to them, let it be mutually beneficial.
Otherwise, graffiti vandals need to post their name and address on their efforts so that others may show the same regard for their property.
IIRC, if the property owner approves of the ticketed graffiti (usually as in the case of a commissioned mural) he can submit an affidavit to that effect and not have to pay anything.
I’m going to go out on a limb here and think that the penis-shaped head wasn’t a commissioned piece.
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