37 thoughts on “K. Marx & A. Smith

    1. Sure, there is graffiti everywhere. What is not everywhere is a stylized painting of Adam Smith and Karl Marx emerging out of a storm of graffiti in a back alley. Kudos to Matt for posting it.

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      1. Exactly! Graffiti is some of my favorite art. They put the same amount of time and effort to convey a message, a statement, a thought, or just something beautiful to the eye, and it’s just as engaging and exciting and beneficial, but they give it away for free. Remind you of something? Open Source is a way of life. 🙂

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      2. I never even thought of making that connection before. But you’re right: there is a common ground between the two.

        All the more reason to separate, in our cultural perception and our legal tolerance, graffiti artists from the taggers who simply deface things with a scrawl of spray-paint.

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  1. Are the paintings of the faces the art of the 2 men mentioned in the title? I never heard of either of these artists. (I’ve only heard of the Karl Marx who started communism).

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  2. Disturbing. Such destruction and then see all the way to the bottom. I know “Jesus saves”, I’m product of His love. Just seems a bit unfair knowing people are suffering and hungry.
    GHomies

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