Friday, March 07, 2008

Washington D.C. embraces legal graffiti

The DC government spent nearly $800,000 removing graffiti in 2007, but this year there's $100,000 in the city budget to HELP graffiti artists produce murals - legally.

Interviews with DC Muralist, G. Byron Peck and Graffiti artists including J. Coleman, Jason Philip, Cory Stowers of Words, Beats, Life.


  1. Anonymous5:09 PM

    I am an art student who loves graffiti art. I love that you guys are taking a step to moving graffiti off the "streets" and creating an avenue for the children, whom are our future, to portray the art of graffiti legally.

  2. Anonymous7:14 PM

    so are there aany legal places for graffiti in DC?

  3. See my post on the Murals DC program sponsored by the arts commission.

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