Mar. 19, 2006
This independent research paper is © copyright 2006 Timothy Werwath. He
wrote the paper as a senior at Wilde Lake High School, Columbia, MD, USA.
“People with money can put up signs … if you don’t have money you’re marginalized…you’re not allowed to express yourself or to put up words or messages that you think other people should see. Camel (cigarettes), they’re up all over the country and look at the message Camel is sending…they’re just trying to keep the masses paralyzed so they can go about their business with little resistance.”
Cover Page: BreakOne and Boki in Eger, Hungary
9 Oct. 2004. Art Crimes. http://www.graffiti.org/cfs/041009_cfs_dz.jpg .
Wild-style graffiti. Grand Rapids Street Art. http://www.equalized.org/grgraffiti/ .
“Graffiti writing breaks the hegemonic hold of corporate/governmental style over the urban environment and the situations