Monday, September 25, 2023

Italian Graffiti Artists Defend Against American Trojan Horse

Rome mayor Gianni Alemanno has already raised fines for graffiti from a minimum of €25 ($32) to €300 ($395) and introduced a new law that ordered anyone caught spray-painting the capital to clean it up personally. Now, American’s living abroad are taking matters into their own hands and helping the Italian capital clean its streets and walls of unwanted expressionism.

Via the WSJ.


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