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Double-edged nozzle: the art of vandalism

It’s one of the most prevalent art forms around. It’s nearly omnipresent.

It has appeared throughout the annuals history, throughout societies, throughout generations, on building sides and bus stops, in alley ways and along avenues, under the bridge and on the overpass.

It’s in the inner cities and in small towns across the nation. It travels cross country on train cars.

Likewise, graffiti is here in Kitsap. But it traverses the county through individual’s feelings of inspiration, destruction and revolt.

What’s Up looks into the destructive,

inspirational and rebellious art of Kitsap graffiti.

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