Photographer's Note

New facade with graffiti ...

Graffiti represents the sending of messages in public areas, ie the possibility of communication of a modern urban individual or group with the city and the city population, in written or artistic form. The word graffiti is derived from the Italian word "graffito" which means to scratch. Etymologically, the root of the word comes from the Greek word "graphein" (γράφεıν), which means to write.
The simplest is a TAG which represents a stylized signature. Graffiti can be written independently but it is not uncommon to write in a clan. The black book contains sketches of graffiti artists and sometimes photographs of completed works and is kept by the police because it can be used as evidence in court.
Some of the oldest drawings that can be considered graffiti in the modern sense of the term are found on the walls of the ancient ruins of ancient Rome, on the remains of the ancient Mayan city of Tikal in Central America, on the ancient wall in Sigiriya in Sri Lanka, dating from the 15th century BC. era and many others ... Similar drawings, dating from the 16th century, were found on rocks in Spain, as well as in medieval churches in England.

See the photo in the workshop.
- view of part of the facade with graffiti.

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