1. Pretty cool.

    The ethical issues have always prevented me from enjoying grafiti—I can’t endorse someone directly violating another person’s property rights—but this seems like an interesting attempt to overcome them.

    In a related idea, I’d love a public “graffiti-approved registry” that would allow building owners to give permission for artists to work on their buildings. That wouldn’t end all illegal street art/graffiti of course, because some of it is done in the spirit or rebellion, but I think it’d be a good step.

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