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Risky writing: graffiti at Blair

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Some students use graffiti as an expression of fine art rather than feelings and interpret other media such as chewing gum.

Some students use graffiti as an expression of fine art rather than feelings and interpret other media such as chewing gum.1Picture by Lauren PoorIn the main courtyard by the lunch tables are white hand prints that stretch across a corner of the school.2Picture by Lauren PoorOne student proves the stereotype that teenagers are multitasking when they show their skills in both eating lunch and thinking deep thoughts.3Picture by Lauren PoorA popular way to write graffiti is with a permanent marker or "Sharpie".4Picture by Lauren PoorSome of Blair's graffiti is more comparable to traditional graffiti that is seen around the area and on the metro.5Picture by Lauren PoorGraffiti, although it is rare, can also appear on stickers.6Picture by Lauren PoorMuch of the writing seems to have lasted years at Blair and has almost faded away.7Picture by Lauren PoorSome of the graffiti is camouflaged into the environment around Blair.8Picture by Lauren Poor
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