Spiting rhymes and making beats, spinning mix tapes and freestyling wasn’t enough for the Hip-hop culture. Hip-hop introduced graffiti and blasted their messages to other artists on the street. To some, graffiti is a form of art and communication, but to the law it is considered vandalism. Neatorama introduces a young artist who is making a positive difference. Artist Aiden Glynn found a creative and hilarious way to respond to the art on the street. Aiden’s art project shows him writing messages to other street artists in speech bubbles.
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