Tagging cars

Here is a photo taken today. After having spoken last week about how graffiti writers leave private cars alone, proof of a working code of conduct at work, proof that it is more than just random vandalism. Nothing prevents writers from tagging cars in billboard ads, though; on the contrary, these cars have no owners save for the manufacturing company, so a vague deontology smells the Kapital and knee-jerks accordingly.

Tag on car on billboard overlooking car parked in front of bombed wall. The passer-by chooses to pass by and miss the micro-narrative. It´s all vandalism, after all.

By sheer coincidence, a spam comment has just arrived: “cheap auto insurance”. All hail the gods of spam, so wise, so timely!


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