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Among other things, the officers serve on a violent crimes task force, a graffiti strike force and maintain local CalGang data files, a state database with its share of problems.
Over the years, it has mostly come in the form of political cartoons, music, graffiti and sketch shows.
This phenomenon—which occurred only at the break of dawn—sparked a tourist craze, and visitors left ancient Yelp reviews in the form of graffiti on the statue’s base.
Some protest graffiti, however, have been blurred out on the Street View map.
Hip-hop, the superset that included break-dancing and graffiti art and picked up where disco left off, hit hard and Jackson earned a second — hell, third — life being sampled.
I liked Mission graffiti; a lot of the times, it came in huge, luscious murals, or sarcastic art-student stencils.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
Some excellent examples of graffiti work decorate part of the wall.
CATHEDRAL CITIES OF ITALYWILLIAM WIEHE COLLINS
The topmost which forms the platform in front of the faade is inlaid with graffiti designs in black and other colours.
CATHEDRAL CITIES OF ITALYWILLIAM WIEHE COLLINS
The pavement of the whole cathedral is composed of graffiti in coloured marble pictures.
CATHEDRAL CITIES OF ITALYWILLIAM WIEHE COLLINS
Graffiti is an irreverent form, with strong popular and anti-establishment elements.

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