Why Other NY Graffiti is Still Pretty Lame
I thought this bit of faith-based vandalism was a recent phenomenon, but apparently it dates back to the late sixties. Note to tagger: if you're gonna be rude enough to tag a subway car, you should at least try to do something fresh...
It's just more proof that the best graffiti around the city these days is ad graffiti -- postmodern, meta-commentary-licious, and easy on the property damage. Smart-asses with Sharpies, unite and take over!
(Q train to Bklyn)