Monday, July 23, 2012
Graffiti in Long Beach
Long Beach seems to be one of the most active graffiti spots in Los Angeles, despite facing a voracious gray buff that covers most everything.
Sure, the gray buff goes up, and then tags go right back over it.
Even though M&F doesn't get down there as much as we'd like, Long Beach seems to be one of the most active graffiti areas in Metro Los Angeles. Tags cover pretty much everything in the city. Like this shot from a park in North Long Beach.
Which came first, the hen or the egg? And is the level of graffiti due to by the city's aggressive buffing, or is the buffing in response to an active graffiti scene?