Kattison Avenue | Issue 3 - Summer 2020

Gambling With Graffiti: Using Street Art on Goods or in Advertising Comes With Significant Risks -

Graffiti. Guerrilla Art. Street Art. Aerosol Art. Tagging. It appears on the sides of buildings, highway signs, boundary walls and subway cars. Sometimes, graffiti is applied with permission and, on occasion, works may be commissioned. More often, and consistent with the renegade spirit of many of its creators, graffiti is affixed to a public surface illegally.

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