The Apex of Stupidity: Tagging Air Force One
Graffiti is not art, nor is it a valid form of expression. It is an assault on private and public property, with total disregard for those who have to view it and remove it.
Here, is the opposite view, by the man who "tagged" Air Force One.
He makes the idiotic argument that graffiti is art and a form, and free expression. On his site you can a video of him tagging Air Force One, and an explanation of why he did it.
My thoughts are he could have been shot, and he should be in jail. I hope they track Mark Ecko down.
Lynchburg has its own graffiti problem. An issue that has not been been addressed with a plan of eradication locally. This graffiti in Lynchburg needs to be addressed with an abatement program.
So far, this has not happened. Regardless, of how much planning goes into reforming our city, why can the city continue to ignore the plague of graffiti in Lynchburg?
Below is some of the graffiti found in Lynchburg.
Note to read how the Air Force One Tagging was an elaborate hoax by Mark Ecko go here.
To read all our posts on graffiti go here.
To read another post from another Lynchburg site about cleaning up Lynchburg go here.