Graffiti english

Graffiti art or vandalism

Influenced by American culture, the term became popular in other languages, including Spanish. Curiously, although the term graffiti has passed into many languages, in Italian the term of English origin writing is used to refer to Hip-Hop style graffiti, since they use the term graffiti for its use in the original sense.

However the graffiti artists themselves, as well as many of the editorial references,[8] the media,[9] websites,[10][11] and specialized magazines[12][13] use the Italian meaning graffiti to refer to graffiti both in its meaning as a cultural and artistic movement, as well as to the graffiti itself.

After a murder committed in London on September 30, 1888, attributed to Jack the Ripper, the police found a piece of the victim’s bloody apron in Goulston Street. On the wall, the police saw graffiti written in blood, which read, “The Juwes are the men That Will not be Blamed for nothing.” It was interpreted in various ways, most notably that the word Juwes was an incorrect version of Jews, so that a translation could be ‘The Juwes are the men Who Will not be blamed for nothing’.

Graffiti drawings

Influenced by American culture, the term became popular in other languages, including Spanish. Curiously, although the term graffiti has passed into many languages, in Italian the term of English origin writing is used to refer to Hip-Hop style graffiti, since they use the term graffiti for its use in the original sense.

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However the graffiti artists themselves, as well as many of the editorial references,[8] the media,[9] websites,[10][11] and specialized magazines[12][13] use the Italian meaning graffiti to refer to graffiti both in its meaning as a cultural and artistic movement, as well as to the graffiti itself.

After a murder committed in London on September 30, 1888, attributed to Jack the Ripper, the police found a piece of the victim’s bloody apron in Goulston Street. On the wall, the police saw graffiti written in blood, which read, “The Juwes are the men That Will not be Blamed for nothing.” It was interpreted in various ways, most notably that the word Juwes was an incorrect version of Jews, so that a translation could be ‘The Juwes are the men Who Will not be blamed for nothing’.

Graffiti history

Influenced by American culture, the term became popular in other languages, including Spanish. Curiously, although the term graffiti has passed into many languages, in Italian the term of English origin writing is used to refer to Hip-Hop style graffiti, since they use the term graffiti for its use in the original sense.

However the graffiti artists themselves, as well as many of the editorial references,[8] the media,[9] websites,[10][11] and specialized magazines[12][13] use the Italian meaning graffiti to refer to graffiti both in its meaning as a cultural and artistic movement, as well as to the graffiti itself.

After a murder committed in London on September 30, 1888, attributed to Jack the Ripper, the police found a piece of the victim’s bloody apron in Goulston Street. On the wall, the police saw graffiti written in blood, which read, “The Juwes are the men That Will not be Blamed for nothing.” It was interpreted in various ways, most notably that the word Juwes was an incorrect version of Jews, so that a translation could be ‘The Juwes are the men Who Will not be blamed for nothing’.

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Graffiti letters

Influenced by American culture, the term became popular in other languages, including Spanish. Curiously, although the term graffiti has passed into many languages, in Italian the term of English origin writing is used to refer to Hip-Hop style graffiti, since they use the term graffiti for its use in the original sense.

However the graffiti artists themselves, as well as many of the editorial references,[8] the media,[9] websites,[10][11] and specialized magazines[12][13] use the Italian meaning graffiti to refer to graffiti both in its meaning as a cultural and artistic movement, as well as to the graffiti itself.

After a murder committed in London on September 30, 1888, attributed to Jack the Ripper, the police found a piece of the victim’s bloody apron in Goulston Street. On the wall, the police saw graffiti written in blood, which read, “The Juwes are the men That Will not be Blamed for nothing.” It was interpreted in various ways, most notably that the word Juwes was an incorrect version of Jews, so that a translation could be ‘The Juwes are the men Who Will not be blamed for nothing’.