discordant chords (2)

Many reflections can arise on this subject of the clashing interface between graffity and the established society’s understanding of good taste and and public-spiritedness. It may be naive for me to ask for aesthetic values in the graffitters’ creation (they are in their own right to pursue completely other aims, not interested in the artistic expression at all…), and, nevertheless, there are wonderfully beautiful features in them (more in some than others, I think). And, whatever their intents, the clash is there, a very real thing that has to be addressed. I am the less knowledgeable guy to be talking about these rather complex issues, anyway, and my website purports to be visual much more than argumentative, so, here are three more of my pictures of 2017 on the matter.

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