Graffiti Persuasive Essays and Term Papers

  • Graffiti

    Graffiti is used by gangs and is an art form. The reasons, including aesthetic criteria, as to why it is an art form far outweigh the criticism of illegality, incoherence, and nonstandard presentation. The objective of this paper is to distinguish between gang tags and graffiti-an art form. Suppose...

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  • Graffiti

    One common objection is that graffiti is not art because it is vandalism and hence a criminal act. While it is true that it can be vandalism and a criminal act, these facts would not seem to have a bearing on its status of being art. The mere fact that something is illegal or classified as vandalism...

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  • Graffiti

    people have found a way to express themselves in a not expensive way. This way is called graffiti. However, there are some people who believe that graffiti is pure vandalism. Are they right? In my opinion, graffiti is a form of art, not vandalism. On the one hand, spraying colors on walls is a way...

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  • Graffiti

    The Courage of being a Firefighter The courage it takes in being a volunteer firefighter is more than a lot of people realize. A quote that always sticks in my head is from Jessica Max Stein, it is a quote I was told by my instructor when I was taking my fire school training, and it was almost like...

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  • Graffiti

    5th October 2014 Reacting to the Reading (Question no 1) Graffiti is an art that is drawn in the form of pictures, words or patterns in different places sketched to get the attention of people. In my opinion, the feeling while sketching a graffiti is thrilling and fun as one is getting involved in an illegal...

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  • Graffiti

    Graffiti Is graffiti an art or vandalism? In my opinion graffiti is one of the most creative art that is not recognized simply because how it is displayed. Let’s say artists like Picasso, Leonard, or any famous artist decided to paint of their masterpiece in somewhere at a building then would...

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  • Graffiti

    English Graffiti or Vandalism? All around the world, you will find drawings on buildings. But they're not just regular drawings. It's known as Graffiti. Graffiti has its own characteristics. Not many people are fond with this type of "Art" as some call it. A question which concerns all graffiti artist...

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  • Graffiti

    obvious or a little more vague. Graffiti is just another way for people to express themselves through art. Nobody got mad at Michelangelo when he painted all over the Sistine Chapel, and nobody called it vandalism. Although some say it is vandalism rather than art, graffiti should be considered art because...

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  • Graffiti

    08 February 2013 Response: Art Crime: Graffiti Wars Matthew Newton began his article, Art Crime: Graffiti Wars, by explaining a man whom the police identified as the most wanted graffiti artist in Pittsburgh. After bringing the man to court, police had come to realize that he was wanted for crimes...

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  • Graffiti

    The Writing on the Wall: the Effects of Graffiti on Society | When the Walls Talk: Graffiti and its effects on society | | | Fernando Gomez Cabral | ITT-Technical Institute Corona, CAMrs. DixonEN1320 Composition I | | Graffiti as an art form is a controversial subject in the art...

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  • Graffiti

    forms of art have been criticized and even ostracized in certain countries. Graffiti is just one form of art that is questioned and often looked down upon by society's. A significant number of the population label graffiti art as vandalism, an action involving deliberate destruction of or damage to...

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  • Graffiti

    Graffiti Art is an Art Form Art catches your eye. It's elaborate. It's unique. It shows your own individual expression, and the inner difference. A simple piece of white turned into a new world of thought and imagination. Graffiti is a art form that is intended for public display, and is now being...

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  • Graffiti

     Graffiti is more than just tagging, it is their way of life. They get up every day and draw what is on their mind, they express their visions to everybody believing the beauty of them not expecting any profits in return. Graffiti culture spread with the rise of hip-hop in the 1980s, so did...

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  • Graffiti

    Picture this you’re sitting in class minding your own affairs when you notice your arm has a dark stain. Wondering where this mark came from, you look to your desk to see a thick dark line made by a pencil stretched across the desk. An act of this kind is called vandalism; the action involving the...

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  • Graffiti

    strength that can we upheld if only they become united and electrified. The bottom part signs “EPS." The different political stances are carried by graffiti around the world. Words and drawings that inspire the masses of the people and allows them to think for themselves—like “Resistance” sprayed next...

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  • GRAFFITI

    The History of Graffiti The writing on walls has been a creative act of self expression for thousands of years. Beginning with cave paintings depicting the everyday...

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  • Graffiti

     The film was about how “graffiti is a life force in a city that says to every citizen I’m alive, the city is alive, a city without graffiti is like a field with no flowers.” And how the film traces the history of Barcelona street art from its beginnings after the Franco dictatorship in the 1970s to...

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  • Graffiti

    use graffiti as their voice, a way of asserting identity and power so they can be heard. A form of graffiti started in Paleolithic times when people would write on walls and in caves to express themselves. Today, many graffiti artists are talented and spend a lot of time on their pieces; graffiti is still...

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  • GRAFFITI

     Graffiti: art or vandalism. Some people think that graffiti is an art, others - that it is vandalism. What’s right? There are so many different opinions. Back in the 70s, graffiti was an example of anti-social behavior. Nowadays, we call it “Street Art” and you can see it in unexpected places and...

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  • Graffiti

    that is the way that Coda, a 21 year old writer from Philly put it when describing what his reasons were for writing graffiti. He's been "writing" for the past six years. The word GRAFFITI simply means--words or drawings scratched or scribbled on a wall. The word comes from the Greek term "graphein" (to...

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