A new study suggests that some New Yorkers may be more likely to spray-paint graffiti than others, with more graffiti in New York City than in other parts of the country.
The research was conducted by researchers at the New York University School of Law.
The study focused on the graffiti of the 1990s and 2000s, but it’s also a good time to look back on the work of graffiti writers of that era.
Graffiti writer David Cancian writes the “Stupid” tag.
Graffiters who write the “STUPID” tag spray paint on the sidewalk and the windows of buildings in New Orleans.
The study also looked at the graffiti that people do when they’re not working, and the work done on their cars and homes.
Cancian said the study found that while most graffiti writers were male, many female graffiti writers also did graffiti.
He explained: “We were really surprised by this.
We knew that women graffiti writers had more of a female role in graffiti writing.
We didn’t know that women writers were also doing a higher percentage of graffiti that was not in a public space.
We didn’t expect that.”
Graffiti is one of the oldest forms of graffiti in the world.
Cancien said the work has always been done in public spaces, and many writers painted their own name, like “Diane.”
Graffits are often made in large letters on buildings, but the study also found that most graffiti is made on small pieces of metal.
“It’s a really good sign because it shows how many people are participating in the art,” said Mark Trewin, the director of the New England Museum of Art.
The New York Police Department recently announced that it is cracking down on graffiti that defaces buildings and vehicles.