The Free Venice Online site has some really interesting articles this month. The first one is a plea to save the graffiti wall, by preventing vandalism graffiti from destroying it. Graffiti is very much a part of Venice, and I love seeing graffiti art – but I agree. It’s heartbreaking to see pointless vandalism graffiti over art graffiti. It’s hard to understand the motivation, especially when there’s a perfectly good graffiti area by the skateboard area below Windward.
Also on the list of articles:
Free Venice, free journalism. If you can’t get out to pick up a printed copy of the Beachhead, check out the online site.
(And Harry Perry has nothing to do with the Beachhead, but he does have everything to do with Venice.)