USA Today wrote about KET’s graffiti case recently and law enforcements growing efforts across the US to combat graffiti.
From the article “More complain about cities used as a canvas“:
“In New York, the KET case shows how badly authorities want to wipe out graffiti — and how difficult it is to do so. ”
“The case is part of a new war on American graffiti, that long-controversial hybrid of art and vandalism. But fans and critics agree on this much: Never has so much been done to fight graffiti, and never has there been so much of it.”
You can read the full article here:
Listen directly to KET speak on the issue here: