Graffiti is a true expression of the creator. It can be bold, colorful, express passion, and convey deep held beliefs. It can just be plain fun and whimsical. It is a unique expression of how we see the world.
Although modern graffiti has been associated with vandalism or violence, graffiti itself is not a new phenomenon, or even unique to the United States urban landscape. In fact, Ancient graffiti in cultures and regions as diverse as Egypt, Syria, Turkey, Greece, Rome, Norway, Ireland and Guatemala displayed phrases of love declarations, political ideals, and simple words of thought. This is not so different from the need to express today's popular messages of social and political ideals.