Graffitti has always been illegal. After all, it is technically vandalism, but they shouldn’t care. They should be happy to have one of my masterpieces. But it has become even more illegal since The Great Reform. Now all forms of creativity are banned. Painting, Sculptures, even Writing is banned. All books are burned. All mobiles, wrecked. Every child’s fingerprint painting, ripped to shreds. All to “stop the terrorists”. I wish I had lived before The Reform. Then maybe, just maybe, my artwork wouldn’t have to convey a Resistance message. It could just be artwork.
It was so beautiful! Perfectly white and begging for an image. I couldn’t resist. I lugged my brushes, paints, and mixing trays down to...
Recruitment by ElshaHawk (LoA)
- Published on June 10th, 2009.
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