The Hidden Transcript magazine’s newly-released March 2012 issue includes a great interview with the PostSovietGraffiti team. The interview, titled “The Eye of the Beholder,” can be found on Page 29.
Please check it out by clicking on the graphic below!
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– I believe that this IS a form of art, wtehher it crosses over into vandalism or not, I’m sure that the rush of vandalizing is part of the process that inspires the art. Of course, seeing gang signs anywhere is not a comforting feeling, and the meaning behind that is definitely different. And of course messages such as F*** Y** aren’t all that pleasant to read either, but even then there are times where they play into the context of a scene. Definitely a controversial art form but one that I appreciate, respect, and admire. Gorgeous photographs!