Leaving your mark on anything in any way is considered graffiti, according to the law.
Many graffiti artist work years perfecting their craft and will get permission from business owners and city officials to paint "pieces" on walls or billboards, others still prefer the adrenaline rush of bombing city streets illegally.
"It was those long-hairs from the Occupy Wall St movement. It's their way of saying they the hate people who give them money. People like us. They call it graffiti."
Joe: That's not gang graffiti, dumb shit.
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- Its now a felony
- Having marijuana is less of a crime
- Stores lock there paint up in cgaes
the only people who can paint have to be rich
- Its so mainstream
It used to be if you painted graffiti you improvised but now people are making millions of punks who think they can paint
- All OG writers are now dead, drug addicts, or too damn scared