Seen on a wall down the alley from SOL Square. Share this:FacebookPinterestTumblrGoogleLike this:Like Loading... Related graffiti art Email Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn PreviousStruthers LaneNextArmagh and Colombo Street Intersection The Author Michelle Michelle is a Christchurch web designer and photography fan living in Christchurch New Zealand. 6 Comments Buenos Aires Photo 8 years ago What does it mean? Is it a name tag? Paul - Leeds photo daily 8 years ago I am not really a fan of graffiti, and it can never be art unless it is in a site dedicated for it. It would never be art unless put there with property owners permission. Yorkshire photography Educate 8 years ago Graffiti IS art if you look at the culture thats been growing since the 80’s you would see that get out of your bubble and by the way, thats the artist letting people know that he/she is out there peace Really 8 years ago Quote “thats the artist letting people know that he/she is out there” End Quote Like as in “Gay”? photo blog 8 years ago and while going through yoru post i completely lost track of what i was doing. nice post. shaun 8 years ago first. that pics a tag. and even tho taggin is classed as a form of graffiti. it isnt art. its a quick signature. Something that someone places to announce there presence. normally done with the dregs of whats left in ur can. Second. draffiti is, and has been an artform since its modern inception. wether its done legally or not, has never been the point. Its always been about the promotion and demonstartion of a writers ability as an artist. “to take them walls and make them beautiful” And becoz beauty has always been something different to the eyes that behold it, Different people are gonna see different things wen they look at a piece on a wall. Finally, graffiti like all forms of hip hop as evolved since its first renaissance. there are many forms of media that take elements of graffiti, and prosper from it. And becoz people see it, remember it and gain something from it, that more than justifies it as an artform……even if those who dont understand it continue to feed into prejudices about it.