"Graffiti is a blighting influence on our city that negatively impacts our business districts and neighborhoods."
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hi, its good to read your website about the graffiti in Sevilla, i enjoyed alot of the pieces when i walked down the river side.I had just arrived the city for almost 2 months, and not yet met any graffiti writers.And I had been making stencils for almost 10 years, i want to start again my walls here in sevilla. however, i have no understanding of any legal situation, or how is the society treating graf in sevilla or spain. When is the bes time to do it, when people sees it do they usual call the police, and if the police catch you doing it, you receive a fines or? Where is the cheapest place to get the cans? ... sorry i have many questions, coz i am still new in town ..
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Em Black, the Paint scene in Sevilla is pretty open, especially down by the river. I have been there on Sunday afternoons before and seen 15 feet of wall getting painted in broad daylight. I have seen cops walk right by some guys painting down by the river. It is fairly accepted, especially down by the river. Most people in Sevilla don't call the police for ANYTHING, much less some street art. Don't tag peoples houses or cars and you should be cool. Cheap cans of paint? I know they sell paint in a hip hop type store in Plaza de Armas, right across the street from the bus station next to the river. Also look in the Chinese owned stores, they usually have paint, although it may not be good for art type things. Have fun in Sevilla, but how can you not???? If you need to ask more questions, go ahead!!
Holla Hombre!!!Muy bueno! Jo vivo en Juiz de Fora, Brasil. Y tambien hago argunas escrituras con el graffiti.Pero jo no tengo muy especial habilidad o talento para escribir un hip-hop o freestile. Jo hago stencils y tambien pesquiso el stencil por la web. Siga lo sitio para apreciacion -> http://stencilart.blog.com...felicitaciones!!!
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