The same cottage, now daubed with graffiti calling Savile “a beast,” has been the focus of police investigations.
He was arrested for graffiti, but Clayton Pettet won't rest until the world sees his art.
McGinley began as a documentarian of downtown New York, producing dark images filled with graffiti and sex.
In 2007, I saw posters and graffiti all over Havana denouncing el bloqueo, the embargo against Cuba.
An earlier attempt to revive the company —with shoddy woven bags splashed with graffiti—had failed.
I liked Mission graffiti; a lot of the times, it came in huge, luscious murals, or sarcastic art-student stencils.
The walls341 of this passage are covered with graffiti and other records of pilgrims.
Taken as a whole, the graffiti are less fertile for our knowledge of Pompeian life than might have been expected.
We stayed two days at Eriosh to study the graffiti and tombs.
It is a strangely impressive glimpse of a living past, like the graffiti of Pompeii.
1851, for ancient wall inscriptions found in the ruins of Pompeii, from Italian graffiti, plural of graffito "a scribbling," a diminutive formation from graffio "a scratch or scribble," from graffiare "to scribble," ultimately from Greek graphein "to scratch, draw, write" (see -graphy). Sense extended 1877 to recently made crude drawings and scribbling.