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Reader letter: Graffiti is not art!

PUBLISHED: 12:34 13 April 2018 | UPDATED: 12:34 13 April 2018

A graffiti masterclass was held at the Forum as part of the Makers Month project.

A graffiti masterclass was held at the Forum as part of the Makers Month project.

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One reader believes graffiti should not be considered art, and punishments should be given for people who practice it.

Graffiti is not art! It is mindless vandalism which costs a vast amount of money and time to remove.

MORE: Youngsters have a go at graffiti art in professional masterclass

I’m sure Reprezent (who it appears cannot even spell) won’t agree, but it is, we have far too much of it everywhere.

It is not clever, it causes damage and should not be taught - those who do should receive a police caution.

Do you agre with Mr James? Let us know in the comments or write to us at edpletters@archant.co.uk

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