If one accepts graffiti’s grand gesture of the elaborate, multi-hued and spray-painted work as “masterpiece,” then tagging could be considered graffiti’s “Vitruvian Man.”
A “tag”— a comparatively monochrome, simple alias of an artist who gets up on the street illegally — is thus a kind of primordial blueprint for future public inscriptions
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