The Language of Graffiti in the Age of Pixels

It may not be a spoken language, but graffiti is a quintessential, loud, New York street language. Now it is going global, with the Internet enriching how this counter-culture language is transmitted, learned and practiced. We visited Queens graffiti Mecca 5 Pointz – where writing is legal and the paint layer is half an inch thick – and spoke with founders, innovators, and artists who had come from all over the world to leave their mark.

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