Banksy once again stole the headlines in October of last year, as one of his paintings sold for a mammoth $1.4 million — before shredding itself (almost) entirely into pieces. The proceeding news coverage swept the nation. Banksy had simultaneously become the most well-known, yet unknown, human on the planet. As Banksy’s notoriety periodically spikes, … Continue readingPosted in News, Vandalism | Comments Off on Broken Window Theory and the Problem of Graffiti
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Acts of vandalism can make an area look run down and feel unsafe but there are ways to minimise vandalism and its affects.
Across London every year there are mindless acts of vandalism which make people feel nervous and vulnerable. The figures for vandalism are often hard to draw conclusions from due to the fact that the numbers rise and fall, but one thing that is certain is the fact that people are made to feel uncomfortable, with … Continue readingPosted in Vandalism | Comments Off on The Different Forms Of Vandalism In London