Graffiti has been redefined. Street art doesn’t have to be on the walls of a city—it can be ephemeral and virtual. Augmented reality, one of the new crazes in app development, is now making the art of graffiti a little less lawbreaking.
Scrawl, a prototype app, allows users to place non-permanent graffiti anywhere using their phone. It has the ability to interact with the environment and its sensitivity to movement changes the form it takes.
Now you hold the 21st century spray paint can in your hands. The question is, if graffiti has always been a subversive art form, how does this app fit into the picture? – reblogged from https://www.designtaxi.com/