While walking through the streets of Florence, we stumbled upon a perplexing piece of graffiti:
I’m sure people have written about MySpace and tagging, but this is absurd. How did AndyG, a 25 year old hip hop artist from Orange County (or a fan) decide to promote his music on an ancient building in Florence?
If this graffiti artist had read the plaques before tagging, s/he could have actually put this advertisement on the birthplace and childhood home of Michaelangelo, which was right across the alley.
6 thoughts on “Myspace graffiti”
just some advice, I agree with you however I think you’re only giving him what he wants by placing the photo on your site. I would blur the myspace url.
just an idea.
And while you’re at it, forward any personal details that may be on the profile to authorities.
you can’t necessarily assume with any certainty that is was definitely Andy G who wrote it.
sounds like kind of a funny prank to me
yeah definately a prank sam…….i mean im laughing my ass off
I’ve said that least 3323102 times. The problem this like that is they are just too compilcated for the average bird, if you know what I mean
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