Punk kids and their spray-paint. Graffiti started in New York in the 80’s as a way for kids to try and create a street persona. Since then it has become synonymous with street gangs claiming territory. But dorks have now redefined what graffiti is with Grafedia.
If you ever come by some blue graffiti it could be a hyperlink. The blue marks on a stop sign have within them instructions. Usually they are a name @ Grafedia dot net. So follow the instructions and go to Grafedia and find the name. Within that name you will find links to video or music content. Their graffiti becomes a means to communicate digital art with you via the real world. Crazy no?
Sorry, I’m feeling nitpicking today. But, if it’s a story on web-based goodness, it seems an actual link would help. Also, it’s grafedia.net, not Graffedia (two Fs).
I’m liking the possibilities, though.
I still think its spray painting things and quite close to vandalism. A web tie in barely legitimizes it.
Sorry about the lack of link at first: Busy day. As for grafitti being a crime, so is stealing, but I still download music.