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I expect graffiti to be buffed eventually, but it will be replaced by fresh work. The short lifetime of the medium is part and parcel of it and must be embraced. You can do a festive piece that'll be gone shortly after, it won't be up there all year around, for example. I like to see graffiti around the place. I don't like the impersonal nature of big corporate buildings and advertising, not unless people are getting their names and ideas up too. Cities are organic things, made up of more than just concrete and steel, graffiti reflects this.
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